My one-hundred-and-sixtieth podcast is up. In this episode Scott talks to Joshua Marinacci from Sun, a Staff Engineer working on JavaFX. JavaFX, along with Flash and Silverlight battle to be The VM for the Web. We chat about how JavaFX approaches things and muse on who will win the web.
by Robert Scoble on January 30, 2010: I just recorded a 45 minute conversation on my iPhone while we sat on the deck at the Half Moon Bay Ritz with Luke Kilpatrick about Flash, Silverlight, Palm Pre, and a few other topics, but mostly focusing on what will happen to Flash.
From http://team.silverlight.net/product-technology-deep-dive/silverlight-podcast-accessibility-with-silverlight/ it features Sean Hayes of the Microsoft Accessibility Business Unit. It is about accessibility on the web, with Silverlight and the Accessible Media Project.
Silverlight is an impressive new technology, but will we regret adopting Silverlight a year from now? Neal Ford of ThoughtWorks makes the case that we will. In this show: Platform Play On the surface, Silverlight appears to be fairly open. Neal explains why this isn’t the case and why it is going to matter to businesses. Testability Neal makes the argument that Silverlight is not as testable as open-standards based technologies. Last 10% Neal thinks that Silverlight won’t be able to implement the last 10% of user needs. And that will leave Silverlight adopters in the lurch.