For whatever reason, my personal blog has much more traffic than PXL Blog. Maybe it’s the crazy YouTube videos? Or the shameless ramblings during the wee hours fixing bugs? Whatever the case may be, I figured I’d blog twice about Attest 3 being released today. If there’s anything I like more than writing a blog post about something cool, it’s writing two blog posts about said cool thing
You can read the full stats on Attest at the PXL Blog. Go and download Attest 3, get certified, make fun of your iPhone dev buddies when you’re pumping out AIR for Android apps 10 times faster, collect your million dollar yearly salary (alright maybe that’s a stretch?), rinse and repeat for Flex 5 we’ll leave the light on for you.
Enjoy! P.S. More fun to come later in the week I have to say, it was kind of cool that Attest leaked out a little earlier than planned – ha! I’ll show you why soon.
I’ve had some very cool feedback on Attest 1.0, and got some great ideas from other developers on how to improve on Attest 2.0 for the Adobe Flex 3 Developer Certification Exam when that comes along eventually. I’m compiling a list of features that I personally would like to see, but if you’ve used Attest and have some feedback, fill me in! I want to hear any ideas that would make Attest kick some butt!
Some ideas that I had, as well as ideas from other developers using Attest are:
- Learning Mode:
- Should allow user to choose amount of questions for custom tests. This way the user may only have 10 mins to spare, but could still create a custom test (5-10 questions for example)
- Ability to check the answer during viewing of the questions for learning mode only. Instant feedback would be nice.
- Test Mode:
- Same ability to choose custom number of questions and time for each test, as well as the premade tests.
- Possibly view the results per question as stated above, rather than go to a different results page.