Rickard Nilsson is a software architect, developer, craftsman,
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Rickard blogs about crafting software using .NET tooling and solid, development practices.
Now I’m officially an iPhone developer with an app published on App Store by Ninetech.
Two month ago I hadn’t used a Mac computer in fifteen years when I started studying to become an iPhone developer. Now, I’ve designed, developed and shipped a promotional app on behalf of a client, with no prior experience with Objective-C or Cocoa Touch.
However, I've worked with mobile platforms before on the Compact Framework, but in comparison it was incredibly easy to learn and start working with the iPhone platform. The power that iOS (former iPhone OS) provides to the developer is amazing and it's really easy to get stuff done quickly.
I recommend jumping on the iPhone train.
(N.B! This blog will continue to address web development, despite my new interest)