Interviewed at OdinJobs.com

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I recently got interviewed at OdinJobs by Carl Williams for the careers blogs section of the site.

I found out that  Anand Vardhan who is a fellow  developer specialized in Rich Internet Application development. got interviewed there as well.

The interview was called Right Brain, Left Brain Approach to Adobe FLASH, and guess who’s got the right brain approach.

There we talk a little of  how the creative side and technical side of the Flash Platform get mashed together.

Check it Here

A little about OdinJobs:

Odin collects jobs from job boards, corporate websites, groups etc. At last count Odin is collecting over million jobs from 50,000 companies.

To fulfill the key part of our mission – get the “Right” It job, Odin features a matching technology that sifts through all the jobs and selects the right ones based on your qualification, experience and preference.

Instead of using keywords and displaying 1000’s of weak to irrelevant jobs, Odin employs language processing and artificial intelligence to determine the fitness of a job for you and shows you only the right ones.

We want you to find the right IT job. We want to make your search easier and faster and more relevant.

Flash Media Server 3.5 is Out

Flash Media Server Flash Media Server 3.5 is out, and is  available on Adobe’s website.

This release adds new features such as the new Dynamic Streaming, DVR functionality, HTTP delivery support, and H.264 enhancements. And  Flash Media Interactive Server (FMIS) provides more complex features such as recording capabilities and Origin-Edge setups, as well as full support for server side scripting.

For development purposes you can try the free Flash Media Development Server 3.5 and use all the features of FMIS up to a limit of 10 connections.

Flash Media Live Encoder, Adobe’s free live encoding tool for broadcasting live streams has also seen an update today, bringing it up to version 3.0.