Sanjoy Roy

[MCM, MCP, SCJP] – Senior PHP Programmer

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Freelance in Australia

The Freelance Factory allows Freelance Creative Talent to promote themselves and their services by offering a One Page Creative Profile Webpage in a categorised, industry-specific directory. It is completely FREE to register with the Freelance Factory, here you will be able to search other freelance profiles, search to team up, join the Factory Floor or simply have a look around. If you would like to advertise your expertise with a onepage profile page, display work samples and link to your website, a small fee applies. $22 per month or $232 per year.

A wonderful resource for all arts workers. Become a member and receive a number of benefits including a weekly Jobs e-bulletin. Membership costs $88 per year. is a freelance jobs directory for Australians. It offers links to freelance & work at home job-boards, self-promotion tips, contract employment, lists of self-employment health/medical insurance for freelancers, and jobs for a wide range of freelance and home-based professionals. Read more of this post

Welcome to My Blog

Hello, and welcome to my blog! I’m not sure exactly what I’ll be writing about, but with the project I’ve been working on for the past 7 months recently announced, I felt compelled to finally start one. Of course, it has taken me almost a week to get my blog up and running – more on that in future blog entries…

I joined Macromedia around 9 months ago, and run the recently announced project code-named “Zorn” with Sho Kuwamoto. My prime motivation for joining Macromedia was that I saw incredible things being done in Flash that just blew me away, but every time I picked it up, my eyes would glaze over. Within this dichotomy I saw a tremendous opportunity to help make building these rich internet apps easier for people like me.

So Zorn is the new development tool that we’re building to make it easier to build apps that run on the Flash Platform. Zorn is built on Eclipse and I think will help make Flash more approachable for developers. I’ve got to say that as I typed that last sentence, I almost had to laugh. Developers, especially really good ones, are usually the type of people who don’t need things to be made more approachable – their whole reason for being is to figure out the hard stuff! Yet it’s amazing how many great developers I’ve met who can’t figure out how to do anything in Flash and just give up. The problem is that the Flash model, while very intuitive for animators and designers, is just completely foreign to experienced developers. Timelines? Movieclips? Layers with code? Huh? I’ll be talking more about how we will address these issues in the months ahead. Read more of this post

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