Our most popular episodes have had over 30,000 downloads and we have a 5 star rating on iTunes – you can join us live on Friday 3pm GMT, when our special guest is Eben Upton, co-inventor of the amazing Raspberry Pi.
As always with these off-the-cuff discussions, there were several points that I forgot to make, but on the whole I think it’s pretty balanced. I’m planning another blog post to discuss the future of the Flash Pro app and how I’d like it to support other technologies (not just HTML5). It’s still brewing though. 🙂
There’s such a friendly vibe at FOTB and there aren’t any other conferences quite like it. The location, speakers and just general atmosphere is so fun and welcoming. That’s the best thing about the Flash community and I hope we can retain that into whatever this becomes. But if anyone can do it, John can. I look forward to seeing what he comes up with next year.
I haven’t mentioned this here for a while, but the podcast is going strong, with episodes approaching 8000 listens! I’m still enjoying the format, and we’re continuing to get some special guests in, but episode 6 goes back to our roots, with the two of us discussing our recent work and discoveries. Let me know what you think!
We’re back for episode two! This time hacking our way through the mobile jungle, figuring out exactly what the hell is going on. Along the way we talk about Windows Phone 7, the new Android Honeycomb flagship, the Xoom, and the BlackBerry PlayBook.
And this time I’m using my professional recording equipment (as opposed to my iPhone mic 🙂 ) and Val Head has even kindly designed our new masthead.
So if you’re bored on the commute home, or are headed to the gym, why not load up your iPod? More information about subscribing and download links on the Creative Coding Podcast website.
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