I just opened up my latest subscription copy of .NET Magazine, and noticed they had article on HTML5 Audio. Oh, good, I thought. And then as I began reading, I noticed a big plug for Scirra, the "Flash-free" web game software. I go to the end of the article and see a picture of Ashley, and he's the author of the article!
In case you don't know, .NET Magazine is the best magazine for Web designers and developers and one of my favorite magazines. Most of the article is about the Audio Web API and covers such topics as why MP3 is evil, and why IE and Safari should support .ogg files.
Definitely a great plug for Scirra and double-definitely a big boost for Ashley, who has his picture twice in the magazine.
One of the things that I like about Scirra is that the creators can write and explain things well. Most developers can't write or explain their way out of a paper bag.
.NET Magazine, by the way, has nothing to do with the quickly-dying Microsoft .NET technology, and is a British magazine that is part of the Future chain of ultra cool magazines. I can't live without my monthly fix of Linux Format, Computer Arts, and Computer Music, and Future Music.
So definitely congratulations, Ashley! Run out and buy issue 227, which should be in the better bookstores pretty soon.
Here's a link to the current issue's contents: http://www.netmagazine.com/shop/magazines/may-2012-227