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Dig this series!  A peek into the minds of expert coders solving common problems with different languages - and comparing the results.
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Code Clinic's back–and focusing on 4 new languages in 2015: Swift, R, C, and JavaScript. Join our live Hangout to explore how each of these languages rose to the Code Clinic challenge, and get a peek into the brains of expert coders at work.
Code Clinic 2015: Meet the Experts
Wed, May 13, 2015, 3:00 PM EDT


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First G+ post. Feeling a wee bit n00bish, and wishing Facebook had some of these UI niceties.
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I hear ya brother!  I want to congratulate you on your new job!   I hope you and your family prosper down south and I'm just going to have to come down there and visit you all on a solo trip!  I'm trying to get to Oxnard CA. to see the Cowboys training camp, and if I go I'll be down there for a couple days...   Take care Scott!  Your a lucky man to be blessed with so much, even if you had to work your ass off for it!  ha ha lol!   You're a talented dude and I have mad respect for you!

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The physical knobs on stompboxes make 'em more flexible to tweek on the fly, but I sometimes miss the gig-to-gig precision of digital presets. The nuances of that unreal bass tone last night will likely elude me for another few months. Argh.
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I recommend ripping to H.264 from DVD, as it works great with both HTML5 and FLV. Then use the Adobe media encoder to wrap that resulting file (H.264, or whatever you prefer) up as an FLV - and use that FLV like any other in your Flash project/SWF.

I'm not aware of a way to rip directly to FLV from DVD, as it's a very murky legal area and as such not supported by the Adobe tools directly. So that's about as good as it got for me when I was doing this regularly (which admittedly has been a while too, FWIW).

FYI, no - DW does not do anything to ping a search engine after changes. The rules/heuristics for all the engines change too often to make it a helpful feature (or an easy one to maintain).

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musician, web geek, father.
I'm Scott.  Hi.
  • I play a lot of instruments professionally, mostly bass guitar in studios- but spent a lot of time touring in my 20s.  Woo!
  • I work at in Carpinteria, CA, where I also live with my wife Desiree and son Devin.
  • I was formerly the senior product manager for Dreamweaver at Adobe.
  • Beforehand, I was a manager on the DW team at Macromedia, and worked for Kai Krause & team at MetaCreations/MetaTools/HSC Software.
  • In prior lives I've been a touring musician, studio ace, web developer, graphic designer, photographer, skydive videographer, martial artist, screen printer, and pizza delivery guy, among other oddities.
  • I talk a lot.  And listen a lot.
  • The only continent I've not visited is Antarctica.  Yet.
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    Content Marketing Manager, present
  • Adobe Systems
    Sr. Product Manager, 2004 - 2012
  • Macromedia
    Engineering Manager, 2000 - 2004
  • MetaCreations
    Director, Online Services, 1994 - 2000
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