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May 18, 2007
(This post is from my old, old, super old site. My views have changed over the years, hopefully my writing has improved, and there is now more than a handful of folks reading my site. Enjoy.)

Code by Kevin: "One year as an indie Mac developer: What I've learned"

"End users don't care about your choice of technology; they care if your program solves their problem. The religious battles fought between developers over frameworks, programming languages, and so on, mean little to the average end user. What's most important, instead, is paying attention to user expectations in terms of application functionality, look-and-feel, and so on. Careful attention to the Apple HIG is possible in any language and toolkit."

I think my two year indieversary passed a couple of days ago. Indie-ness is still awesome.