Well that's great it's going well for you. I personally don't see a lot of 
Flash-based jobs out there anymore though. But great it's not dead to you. I do 
miss it. 

Jason Merrill
Instructional Technology Architect II
Bank of America  Global Learning 

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I never really used Flash much for the WWW. I build applications and Flash is 
doing great for me. I have over a dozen apps in the iTunes store and 6 of them 
are now going over to the Android store and dozens, upon dozens are available 
for PC/MAC.

Touchscreens for trade shows, corporate and private, kiosks, video walls, 
audience polling software and the list goes on and on. 

Have a nice day,

John R. Sweeney Jr.
Senior Interactive Multimedia Developer
OnDemand Interactive Inc
Hoffman Estates, IL 60169    

On Sep 5, 2014, at 12:49 PM, Merrill, Jason <jason.merr...@bankofamerica.com> 

> I just have to add, "the rumors of Flash dying are overblown", is correct. 
> Flash isn't dying, its already dead. Doesn't matter how good the runtime is, 
> it's hardly used much anymore compared to what it used to be. Sorry, I don't 
> mean to be snarky, but I just don't agree with the "Flash isn't dead" idea. 
> Does it have to go away completely to be dead? No, but it's certainly lost 
> 90% of its relevance on the WWW, and that to me, is "dead". 

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