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Alex Nino

My bio... hmmm... what to say... I arrived on this crazy world clearly by mistake on March 81, in a far, far forgotten small town with more problems than a whole nation, close to the pacific ocean in the Colombian territory, it is called Cali. Early I began playing with some gadgets like "telebolito", "intellivision", "Atari", and it was here when I started feeling interested in games and how they are being done but before start programming I've learned to play piano a guitar (I love music, can't live without it). Then I learned some programming languages such pascal with Borland Delphi, and C++ but I have to confess that it was Macromedia Flash who changed my life once we met each other in 98. I'm working with it since it didn't have support of mp3 audio format files, yes the version 3. And then together (Flash and I) started travelling around south america looking for a better job opportunity and professional development than my hometown could offer us at that moment. Special thanks to: Brazil, Costa Rica and Colombia for being a great school. At this moment I'm happily living and paying taxes in London, UK but like a salmon fish one day I will be back to procreate :)

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By Alex Nino
Published February 7, 2011
Do not compare HTML5 with Flash It has been a while since people started playing around with HTML5, and still nowadays there are some people that come with some comparisons between Flash and HTML5....
By Alex Nino
Published February 22, 2010
Hi guys, last night I been reading some articles and forums where I found that there are some people having problems with performance of the Math.sin function and its brothers (Math.cos, Math.atanR...
By Alex Nino
Published February 19, 2010
Last year in Flash on the Beach 2009 I was attending a session of a good developer who writes some books and articles about flash and actionscript, his name is Keith Peters. This guy just said so...
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