Netbanker published an article about the ING iPhone app I just completed work on. You can read it here.
I just sent the final piece of copy to the publisher, and my book is now complete and should be off to the printers next week.
It’s been a LOT more work than I thought it would be, and I’d never have made it through without all the help from the great people over at Peachpit.
In other news, another project that I worked on recently is now available for download – The ING DIRECT Home Loan Toolkit.
It’s free, so go download it and give it a try.
A new site providing a directory of iPhone development tools.
The Acuvue eyeSuite app I wrote was recently mentioned in a Sydney Morning Herald article on local iPhone application development.
Aaron Hillegass talks about the Cocoa Text System:
Not much time to blog lately – things have been fairly hectic the last few weeks.
I’ve finally left my job and gone Indie in an attempt to concentrate on Mac/iPhone development FT – we’ll see how long my mortgage agrees with this new working arrangement
I’m also working on a book which is turning out to be way more work than I expected. I now have a lot more respect for authors (not that I didn’t respect them to begin with!)
Although currently very busy, I’m always looking for future projects. If you are in or around Sydney and are looking for a Mac or iPhone developer, please feel free to get in touch with me at duncan @ this domain.
Connoisseur version 1.3 is now available for download.
This version is a free upgrade for existing Connoisseur users.