When Adobe is mentioned, most people certainly think of the Photoshop graphics program. The company has influenced the internet world like no other: the PDF format they developed created a lossless bridge between paper documents and the digital world.
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Another web development pushed by Adobe was Flash, which evolved from a tool for multimedia elements into a malware-prone nuisance for legions of admins, who got twitching eyelids and high blood pressure at the thought of the next much-needed security update to be rolled out company-wide. The uncertainty caused Flash to disappear from the scene as a web tool a few years ago.
The creative software Photoshop mentioned at the beginning developed into an industry standard, as did Adobe Illustrator, InDesign and Premiere. However, criticism of the steep pricing and, since more recent versions, of the obligation to subscribe and activate has persisted over the generations. PDF developer and Adobe founder, John Warnock, passed away last weekend and in his honor, Adobe will be the subject of our little Friday nerd quiz.
For adequate quiz training, we recommend the obituary, to read Adobe founder John Warnock and to watch yesterday’s heiseshow again, in which, as always, we had to crack three questions in advance.
The clock keeps ticking and rewards quick answers. If you play quickly, you can get a whopping 220 points in 11 questions. The score can be compared with other players in the forum. However, please refrain from using spoilers so as not to spoil the fun of the quiz for other participants. As always, praise and criticism are welcome.
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