MySQL 5.0 is here!

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  • Stored Procedures
  • Triggers
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A White Paper with all the new features is available after a free registration
http://www.mysql.com

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Best Mba Essay Editing Service Tarja Turnen, singer of Nightwish, has been Sacked from Nightwish!!
I’ve become too attached to them.. and I fear they wont be the same anymore.
Tuomas and the three other members of Nightwish have published an open letter to Tarja Turunen and fans of Nightwish regarding her position with the band.
Coincidence they recorded “End Of An Era” 2 days ago?
http://www.nightwish.com/english/lettertotarjaen.html

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Macromedia Labs

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“Macromedia MAX 2005 – Anaheim, CA – October 17, 2005 – Macromedia, Inc. today announced Macromedia Labs, a new site on macromedia.com for developers to download early versions of Macromedia technologies, share feedback and insight, and help shape the direction of new products and technologies. Beginning today on Macromedia Labs, developers can download the public alphas of Macromedia Flash Player 8.5 and Macromedia Flex Builder 2, part of the Macromedia Flex 2 product line announced earlier this month. The Flex 2 product line and Flash Player 8.5 are the foundation for building effective rich Internet applications that blend the responsiveness of desktop software, the cross-platform reach of the web, and the breathtaking expressiveness of the Flash Platform.”
Actually on Macromedia Labs we can find info and download about Flex 2 Alpha, Flash Player 8.5 Alpha, and Actionscript 3 Alpha. It’s the first time that Macromedia reveal its future software and features this way, and I think that’s very useful for developers, because in this way the can read and try new features/languages and so migrate to them step by step!
http://labs.macromedia.com

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Flash 9’s codename ? Blaze !

We just had the most successful launch of Flash in history and we’re already working on the next version. It’s too early to give away much information on the release but I do have a few things to tell you.

With these words Mike Donway announce that Macromedia is already working on Flash 9!
Obviuosly there aren’t news about new features or similar things…but it’s sure that Flash 9 will support Actionscript 3 (that will be introduced by Flex 2 and Flash Player 8.5), and it seems that – also for give to developers the opportunity to “meet” As3 as soon as possibile – in Spring 2006 (when Player 8.5 will be released) Macromedia will release a public alpha for Flash Professional 8 or Studio 8 registered users!
You can find more news here

Actionscript 3 ?

Recently Macromedia release some news about Flex 2…and what we can find in one page (you can see it here) ?
“With ActionScript 3.0, we have achieved more than simple compliance with the ECMAScript standard; Macromedia now chairs the ECMAScript committee and helps drive its evolution. ActionScript 3.0 features a compilation mode for stronger compile-time type checking that provides the benefits of languages such as Java or C#. It supports new features to streamline data manipulation, including the E4X (ECMAScript for XML) standard, which extends the language and adds XML as a native data type allowing developers to more naturally interact with and manipulate XML. It adds regular expressions support for better text parsing and processing. It sheds some of the ad hoc event handling schemes in the old virtual machine in favor of a unified model based on the W3C DOM Events standard. And it has significantly updated APIs aimed at the application developer audience.
For a complete overview of the new capabilities, stay tuned as we release an overview of ActionScript 3.0 and the Flash Player 8.5 alpha.”

It seems that on 17th October we’ll have a public preview of Flash Player 8.5…I’m curious a lot!
http://www.macromedia.com/devnet/…/flex2_intro.html