Podcast : April 5, 2006

As I mentioned last week, I decided to start up a new podcast. Christian and I had done a couple of podcasts together last year, but as they took too much time to produce, we ended up not having time to do very many. My podcast will be a little less polished, but hopefully I will be able to do them a little more consistently.

I have just uploaded the first podcast.

Download April 5, 2006 Podcast

Topic covered in this podcast include:Post any suggestions and questions on the podcast in the comments.

  • Introduction
  • Open Source ActionScript 3 Libraries
  • FlexUnit – ActionScript 3 unit testing framework
  • RSS / Atom Library
  • Public Subversion Repository for developer relations
  • del.icio.us ActionScript 3 API
  • Flow Mashup Application
  • Flex 2 Styling
  • JSON
  • Ideas for future podcast guests
  • Podcast license

Here are the links mentioned during the podcasts:

You can subscribe to the podcast via my RSS 2.0 feed.Creative Commons License
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6 Responses to Podcast : April 5, 2006

  1. Dominick says:

    Mike, great job. I know how much work can go into producing a decent quality audio recording, and there weren’t too many “umms” :). I think were all interested in Apollo even though its still early. I was a big fan of Central and I’m sure my energy will go into Apollo as well. Who thought of the name “Apollo” for the new codename? Good name, and sounds exciting!

  2. Thanks, Mike!Very interesting!

  3. Thanks… I enjoyed it. Learned alot!

  4. Todd says:

    This is great, glad you got back to the podcasting. Don’t worry about polished audio, hearing you speak is better than not hearing you speak.

  5. Abhishek says:

    Hi Mike,It was simply great. Thanks.Would like you to interview someone from the Flsh IDE team and discuss what is going on their front.Also, it would be great if you could interview people like Grant Skinner, Downey and Guy Watson.Best,Abhishek

  6. Paul Yaconelli says:

    Fantastic Mike!! I really enjoyed the original podcasts and was disappointed they stopped. Glad to see you’re back, and as someone above said, we’d rather hear you ‘as you are’ than not hear anything at all.An idea for a guest… Nathan Derksen has just written an Actionscript book for the publisher Wrox. It’s just about to be released.Take care and thanks again.