Sourcecode wrote:So now it's easier to pillage someone else’s work? Great... Ahh… gotta love the irony here MS helping people steal copyrighted art work and port it to a useable format.
Just cause they may say they no longer have the fla doesn’t mean they had it to begin with. I can’t believe I’m reading this.
Believe it, Sourcecode. In a few very large cases that I'm aware of, third-parties were hired to deliver thousands of small Flash animations, but they never thought to obtain the original FLA files. Today, when they're considering an update to WPF, they find
themselves out of luck. This tool allows them to preserve some of their investment in those assets.
I don't want to cause any grief for you but I really need to post something about this in the coffehouse to get other opinions. It’s not as much a tool problem as a double standard thing that really kind of itches me wrong.
You should watch deeper into the video. We do get more technical... Any time you have a customer in an interview, there is the chance for infomercialness. That said, it's nice to see how the technologies we create are being used in the real world.
I did get a lead dev involved in the interview! Gotta give it up for that
Thanks for the feedback! We'll continue to evolve. C
OK, I'm up for seconds, I'll have another look tomorrow.
But if I see a Buy now and you’ll get VS2003 for only 99.99$ extra, operators are standing by !!!
Sorry to say, and guy's don’t take this wrong but, this is the closest you have managed to come toward a late night infomercial. I'm honestly interested in SQL Server, and how it’s used, but way to evangelistic for me. I cut if off after 7min’s.
I love all the other videos, and look forward to many more. Just wanted to say what was on my mind.
Cool ideas, to bad it's patented. We have some large clients that could benefit very much from this. This would also help us communicate with them better. However innovations like this, that are patented, are no good to anyone that isn’t willing to pay big
$$ for it.
I could see IT business that are in a very specific industry like us, almost use this as a selling tool, I could map out the industry we work in to this level of detail, and really show the client we understand their business, and that we can help them understand
their business better.
I would be interested to know, if they have taken into account the difference when doing foreign business, not in the US. I have to imagine that certain processes like sales, and logistics change quite allot depending on what country the company is doing