3 – Molehill and Processing with Jer Thorp

Updates on Windows Phone, Flash Molehill, Jangaroo and Scaleform, and special guest Jer Thorp talks to us about Processing.

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This week’s links :

Jer Thorp’s blog
Jangaroo demos working
Iain’s rant about hardware accelerated 2D in Flash
Windows Phone + Nokia
Processing
Jim’s weird cat website
Kitten Conveyorbelt
ESimpleStudios “Super Kitten Conveyorbelt”
Molehill Prerelease
Scaleform on iPad – watch the video!
Away3D
Alternativa
three.js
Jer Thorp
SmartRockets
BoxCar2D
Colour Economy (not Stock Market – sorry Jer!)
Twitter JustLanded
Robert Hodgin
OpenFrameworks.cc
Cinder
OK Go
Pomplamoose
Seb’s “slightly failed” music career
Big Spaceship
Etsy
Extended Play blog
Jer Thorp’s Processing workshops
GeekyByNature
ThinkingDigital
Eyeo festival
FITC Amsterdam
Seb’s CreativeJS workshops
#creativejs hashtag

Music : Modfunk – Texmex

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6 Responses to 3 – Molehill and Processing with Jer Thorp

  1. Adam says:

    can “Ignorance corner” be a new feature please? Perhaps the Creative coding version of the Naughty step?

  2. Matthew Fabb says:

    Another great postcast guys.

    Note the Windows Phone 7 update, where they add IE9 has a code name “Mango” and some rumors say it might be called Windows Phone 7.5 or completely rebranded:
    http://www.zdnet.com/blog/microsoft/microsofts-windows-phone-7-mango-update-to-get-ie-mobile-9/8680
    http://www.winrumors.com/microsoft-hints-that-second-windows-phone-update-will-be-a-7-5-release/
    So Seb was right in that there will be a new Windows Phone.

    Also note that in Adobe’s PR, they no longer talk about Flash Player coming to Windows Phone 7, but to “future versions of Windows Phone”. Here’s a link to an Adobe press release with that wording:
    http://eon.businesswire.com/news/eon/20110213005219/en

    My guess is a Flash Player 10.2 update will come with this Mango update, with it working in IE9. The reason being that Microsoft & Adobe didn’t want to spend time updating the current IE7 mobile browser with 10.1, which Microsoft seemed to have thrown into their phone as a bit of a stop-gap measure until IE9 was ready.

  3. Adrian Parr says:

    Hey Seb (and Iain),

    Great podcast. Really loving it and thanks for getting Jer on.
    Looking forward to the next episode.
    Keep it up.

    Cheers,

    Adrian

  4. Mat says:

    Hey guys, great episode. Would love to see more coders like Jer on the show!

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  6. Richie says:

    You three had a great dynamic. I think you should have Jer on regularly!

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