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on Oct. 24, 2013 :
As a veteran and professional programmer of many languages, I decided recently that I want to write apps (as a hobby). The plan is to buy a cool iMac & install Xcode, learn Objective-C, the OpenGL ES Framework, the Cocoa Touch frameworks, Quartz, etc. etc...
This eBook made me think twice, in a good way!
It highlighted the difference between my envisioned approach, which probably comes from my working class background where the ‘I must work for a living’ attitude dominates, to the more entrepreneurial approach whereby you create the ideas and have others execute the details for you while overseeing at a higher level (which is also work, I know, but more white collar than blue collar, as I see it). That revelation, combined with the other insights contained therein gave me heaps of new ideas! Thanks Dane. I'm now off to your website to subscribe to your mailing list...
(review of free book)