My Secret Life as a Spaghetti Coder
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You know something must be big in the Adobe technology world when you wake up to 1/2 a page of "it was released" on piss-faced aka extremely drunk aka [insert your favorite phrase for drunkeness here] aka full as a goog =).

Well, they've done it with the release of Apollo some time last night (well, it seems around that time anyway).

I've downloaded it all, and was astonished to find the documentation larger than the SDK and runtime put together. Of course that's all zipped up. But still, I don't know if having that much documentation is a good thing or a bad thing.

In any case, I hope to get some time to play with it soon, but I'm not hopeful on that aspect. Plus, I'm still not sure what I'd like to build with it in the first place. Are you planning on building anything? What? (or, is it top secret?)

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