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The End of Flash

Adobe made an announcement last week that it will stop updating and distributing its Flash plugin at the end of 2020. This has been a long time coming.

Years ago the late Apple co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs chose not to add support for the plugin to Apple’s mobile devices. He explained it in his open letter back then. He said that Flash was created during the PC era, but in mobile era of low power devices, touch interfaces and open web standards  Flash falls short.

Major web browsers have begun moving away from Flash as well.

You can read more about it here.

Come PHP with us!

PHP logoIf you are an experienced PHP5 developer, versed in object-oriented programming in the LAMP stack, you could be a great fit for our ever-growing team of bright, talented technologists. In this role you will expand your current knowledge and learn the latest JavaScript frameworks and libraries: Node.js, Angular.js, etc. Candidates with additional experience with other tech –  Python, Django, Java, Eclipse – will have a big advantage.

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Boyle Software is growing!

Our company is constantly growing. PHP logoJust recently a few developers joined our team in New York and Ukraine and we are looking for more!

If you are an experienced PHP developer,  a .NET engineer, or an iOS/Android apps specialist and looking for a job where you can utilize your knowledge and learn new technologies, please send us your resume: jobs@boylesoftware.com. Our latest coding needs are always posted on our site.

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Now Playing: A New Video Format

A new open source streaming video codec is coming

Tech giants Amazon, Cisco, Google, Intel, Microsoft, Mozilla, and Netflix are joining forces as the Alliance for Open Media and creating a new format for streaming video. This new format will be open source and they plan to release it under Apache License 2.0 – one of the most permissive open source licenses available. Unlike most current video formats, this codec can be used by any company to create or convert videos without paying a fee!

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