“But I still love Mac apps, and I still believe in them as works of art that people use to get their work done.”
I would add Stacktrace and App Dev Diary to this list. And Waiting for Review. “Best iOS Development Podcasts for App Developers” https://medium.com/apps-top/best-ios-development-podcasts-for-app-developers-348c39ef585
"To help some of the newcomers make connections: name 5-7 things that interest you but aren't in your profile, as tags so they are searchable. Then boost this post or repeat its instructions so others know to do the same." #introductions
Úll looks like it's going to be a blast this year: https://2018.ull.ie/
If it didn't fall on my anniversary and in the middle of another planned trip, I'd be doing everything I could to go.
For those of you who used to be all "I wish I could just pay for Twitter...": You're on Mastodon now. And you absolutely can pay for it: https://www.patreon.com/mastodon/
I’d love to work on one if I didn’t have two other active Mac side projects going on.
Seriously. Sign up here:
Not only does your $ fund one of the largest instances and the default port of entry for refugees from the bad place - your money also funds development. So even if your instance is elsewhere - it is worth funding
At the moment it’s gettign < $50K per year funding. That’s peanuts.
I’d love it if this Mastodon thing worked out. I think the fact that it’s free and open source will help get users. But the team still needs money to survive. I’m in on Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/mastodon
Mac & iOS developer, teacher, electrical engineer. Mobile Director at Lambda School, Open Reel Software, iPhreaks co-host, engineering Wired In.
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