Comcast Interactive Media developer stories for Sunday May 17th, 2009

Tom Baker, writing for O’Reilly’s Inside RIA: Getting Involved in Higher Education – some great thoughts on why developers should consider teaching. Jon Moore on RSA Public Key Cryptography in Java Arpit Mathur: My experience with Git and why I think Open Source projects should be released on Git Aaron Held: Peeling back the onion […]

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Open Source Rich Internet Application Framework at CIM: OpenPyro

Check it out: OpenPyro: OpenPyro is a pure AS3 framework for creating RIA’s. Open Pyro draws a lot of inspiration from Flex but aims to be more expressive as well as have a smaller filesize and memory footprint. Arpit Mathur, one of the most brilliant developers I know and a straight up Flash guru is […]

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Why I’ve kinda disappeared as of late – the new comcast.net

Take a gander at the new Comcast.net (we’re still in beta) home page As some of you know, I’m part of the development group that builds the systems that drive and support comcast.net. I’m excited about this latest release – it’s been my pleasure to be part of an awesomely talented team and on this […]

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Flex, Flash, and Comcast Interactive Media’s Fan 4.0 Alpha

The team I belong to at Comcast, Comcast Interactive Media, released an alpha version of our video player, The Fan, this week. You can give it a try here. If I say so myself, it’s pretty sweet. While more information is available on its official cimLabs page, including links to give feedback, I’d like to […]

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