Posted on February 6, 2004 by JesterXLThe Challenges of a Flash Developer Taking a break from contract & homework to lament on something I’ve been thinking about all day…
9 Replies to “The Challenges of a Flash Developer”
Hang in there Jessie..
I (and I’d bet a lot of the other corporate Flash developers)have been going through a LOT of the same stuff lately.. so you aren’t alone here.
I understand you only too well… we are not only in the same boat, but we’re pulling on the same oar..
Thanks Mike, it means a lot.
Same to you Graeme.
Doubtless there are many bright/talented Flash programmers, though clueless/posers abound.
The talent pool can get a bit shallow when trying to put a larger team together – even tougher to get programmers accustomed to working alone/independently to code within a unified system/framework.
>>mike>> “corporate Flash developers” :)
Honestly Jesse, I know EXACTLY where you’re coming from and as evil as it sounds I think you should reserve a weekend, sit down, install visual studio and build a basic smart client. I’m not saying one is better than the other– just give it a try, read the API’s and you decide for yourself. While you wait for VS.NET do install, you might also be interested to check out what a starting salary is for a .NET developer.
I’ve been meanging to screw with .NET since forever ago. Problem is, I have too much fun playing with Flash. Someday, I swear, I will…
I hate the word Arse.
Oh yeah I barrowed money for lunch, YOU MEAN MAN WHO DOESN FEED ME! :)
Hang in there jessie!!!! You will make it! In every tunnel, you will get to the light.
Long live Corporate Flashers
You rock, Melvyn, thanks for the positive words!
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