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Updates and Carrot Cake

It didn't take too long for me to have a languishing blog. I do have half of my thoughts written down for a post on the proxy, but it might be a week or two before I finish them. So this will have to do for a quick grab-bag post.

I haven't had too much time lately, and all of us working on Flex have been hard at work lately. Those on the flexcoders mailing list have probably noticed the decrease in posts from us. Ok, so I'll let you in why we've all been so busy lately... we're baking everyone a cake, a big carrot cake. No, we're just all hard at work for the next release.

If you read this blog from MXNA, which I'm guessing many people do, you already know that IFBIN has launched a new site. I wanted to mention it anyways, though, since I've enjoyed watching the examples pile up there.

I'm glad so many people have gotten use out of my FastMxmlc fix. From what I hear, this may soon become an official patch through a technote. I wish I could provide really helpful fixes like this all the time, but I should warn everyone that this is the only fix I have up my sleeve. I have other new things to show, though, and perhaps I will find another gem like that in my investigations.