Linked by David Adams on Wed 8th Apr 2009 05:32 UTC
Graphics, User Interfaces Adobe has a promotion that states that if you will attest that you're unemployed, they'll give you a free license to Flex Builder 3 that you can use to burnish your skills.
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GNU flex
by pgquiles on Wed 8th Apr 2009 11:40 UTC
pgquiles
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2006-07-16

Am I the only one who read "learn flex!" and thought of GNU Flex ( http://flex.sourceforge.net/ ) instead of Adobe Flex ???

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RE: GNU flex
by bralkein on Wed 8th Apr 2009 11:55 in reply to "GNU flex"
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2006-12-20

No, I thought the same thing. It was a bit of a "WTF" moment.

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RE: GNU flex
by CodeMonkey on Thu 9th Apr 2009 21:18 in reply to "GNU flex"
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2005-09-22

Am I the only one who read "learn flex!" and thought of GNU Flex ( http://flex.sourceforge.net/ ) instead of Adobe Flex ???


Heh, I thought the same thing. Not being wise in the ways of web development (I'm a low level C++ coder), I read "free license to Flex Builder 3" and thought "WTF? Why does Adobe have a developer GUI tool for creating lexical analyzers? This just doesn't make sense!" Little did I know just how little sense it actually made.

Edited 2009-04-09 21:19 UTC

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