Monthly Archives: July 2008

My First Last Day :)

Today is my last day in the first 100% (non freelance) job I had. It’s funny to see how man can be attached to a team and to an environment. It was a great experience for me, they recruited me even before I finished my MS, 1 and 1/2 year ago. I learned a lot,… Read More »

iPhone 2.0 : 6+ cool Tips

#1 Taking a screenshot: Hold the ‘home’ button then hit the ‘power/sleep’ button #2 Saving an image from Safari: Tap on an image and hold, a pop up will display #3 More domain name extension: hold the ‘.com’ if you are in Safari or the ‘.’ button in mail composer, and you will be proposed… Read More »

Thinking in Flex

That may be a great news for all the newbie in Flex, accordign to Michaël Chaize, Bruce Eckel (the author from Thinking in Java) and James Ward are preparing a book for developers willing to learn Flex. Ahmet

AIR bundled in Acrobat Reader 9

A very good news for all AIR developer or for all people hesitating to use AIR for future applications. AIR is bundled in Acrobat Reader 9 (released yesterday), as Acrobat Reader is still one of the most downloaded software of Adobe [it is my assumption, I couldn’t find any stats :(] it will certainly help… Read More »

Adobe offers to Google and Yahoo! Flash Player Technology – Is It Really A Good News?

I’ve just read via the AXNA that Adobe, Google and Yahoo! worked together to allow SWF searchability. My first thought was ‘finally they made it’ 🙂 But while reading the FAQ I’ve been a little disappointed by how this indexation seems to happen: […]The Flash Player technology, optimized for search spiders, runs a SWF file… Read More »