Posts Tagged ‘AdobeAIR’
Show #15 is all about Adobe Flex/Air for startups with James Ward, Adobe Technical Evangelist. We cover what Flex/Air offers startups, where the real Flex/Air action is really going on, what Adobe thinks of Microsoft’s Silverlight, does Adobe have a startup program, evaluating Flex/Air as a platform for your startup and your questions from our Facebook page and from the Business of Software Forum.
Since Bob and Pat talk with James for a while, we’re skipping for this week the other usual show segments.
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Bob Walsh is on twitter at http://twitter.com/bobwalsh or you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Patrick Foley is on twitter at http://twitter.com/patrickfoley or you can email him at email@example.com
URLs mentioned in this episode of the Startup Success Podcast.Here are some links I mentioned:
In our first show, Pat and I discuss who we are, why we are doing this podcast (help startups succeed), some of the topics we hope to cover in successive podcasts and some of the larger trends that are changing the landscape for microISVs and startups.
Download Show #1 here: StartupSuccess001
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Bob Walsh is on twitter at http://twitter.com/bobwalsh or you can email him at bob.Walsh@47hats.com
Patrick Foley is on twitter at http://twitter.com/patrickfoley or you can email him at Patrick.Foley@microsoft.com
URLs mentioned in this episode of the Startup Success Podcast.
- NBC’s Silverlight’s 2008 Olympics Browser (also see this TechCrunch post and Microsoft’s Silverlight main page.
- Adobe AIR, this gallery of AIR apps and this post at ReadWriteWeb.
- 280Slides written in Cappuccino and Objective-J
- European Software Conference, Nov. 8-9, Berlin
- Microsoft Professional Developer Conference, Oct. 27-30, Los Angeles
- The Business of Software Network
- The Business of Software Forum
- “Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations” (Clay Shirky)