Episode 7: Enterprise Flex Applications and Anvil

In this Episode, we chat with Anvil project founder Ryan Knight. Anvil is an Open Source project that was built to help make Enterprise Flex development easier. In addition, it provides a portal environment for running Flex applications.

Ryan shares details about the problems Anvil solves, and the projects long-term goals. We also discuss some of the challenges of building applications with the Flex framework.  Also, look for the cameo appearance of Gorilla Logic CEO, Stu Stern.


8 thoughts on “Episode 7: Enterprise Flex Applications and Anvil

  1. Doug McCune January 13, 2009 at 4:36 pm Reply

    WTF is up with the drinking of lame beverages like coffee? If you’re gonna name the show Drunk on Software I expect alcohol involved in every episode. Regardless of the time of day or your state of mind. Come on boys, sack up and take one for the team.

  2. Jon Rose January 13, 2009 at 7:00 pm Reply

    We are just trying to embrace our friends of all beliefs and drinking preferences. If you will come on the video cast, James and I promise to drink to an entertaining level for you…

  3. […] the latest installment of Drunk On Software, we dicuss Anvil with project founder Ryan Knight.  Ryan is a colleague of mine at Gorilla Logic. […]

  4. […] new episode of Drunk on Software is available. In this episode with talk with Ryan Knight about Enterprise Flex Applications and the open source […]

  5. Cameron Collins January 23, 2009 at 3:42 pm Reply

    Ryan & James,
    Thanks for the quick note about us.


  6. steve prrost January 27, 2009 at 12:41 am Reply

    You guys really need to drop the drinking and break out a bong. And a really big one at that.

    No seriously!

  7. Jon Rose January 28, 2009 at 9:01 am Reply

    I don’t know about James, but I am still pondering a future political career. So, I have be careful what I do on camera. :)

  8. […] month, We posted a Drunk On Software video interview with Anvil project founder, Ryan Knight.  This month Ryan shared more about the project in an […]

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