Published: 7 years ago

Where to find good ideas

There are two categories of people looking to start a business: those who have an idea and want to build it, and those who want to build something but haven’t found the right idea yet. Each category has different challenges, but in this post …

Published: 9 years ago

Tower, a new Mac client for Git

I know, I know, enough with these Git clients, use that damn Terminal app! I see your point but for a lot of designers and non-terminal people, having a user-friendly client can be a great way to be introduced to Git. A few weeks …

Published: 9 years ago

Apple announce App Store Volume Purchase Program

Apple just sent to all their developers an email announcing a new App Store Volume Purchase Program that will allow educational institutions to buy applications in bulk for their students at a discounted price. We’re pleased to announce the App Store Volume Purchase Program. …

Published: 9 years ago

Things I use: my menu bar collection

As you can see from the image above, I have a quite few application icons in the menu bar of my Mac, so I decided to write a post about them. I think those are really great application and I’m sure some of you …

Published: 9 years ago

Gity, a Git client for OS X

Since we started working on Get Apps Done, I had to deal with Git. I never used Git before that, but Heroku, a great platform for hosting Ruby on Rails projects, forced me to. Using Git isn’t too complex, but when you start getting …

Published: 10 years ago

New iTunes App Store design

I was checking as usual how my apps were doing in the store when I notice that Apple just released a redesign of the application pages in the App Store. I definitely think this is a great improvement and I think it will improve …

Published: 10 years ago

Thirtynine’s first flash cards app

Here’s a quick demo of Thirtynine’s latest application, a flash cards application. We really wanted to keep it as simple as possible. This is going to be just the first one of a series of educational applications.

Published: 10 years ago

Go big or go free: how to price your iPhone application

One of the most common questions from new iPhone developers releasing their first application is what price they should sell their application for. Well, my answer is simple: go big or go free. And here’s why. If you decide to sell your application, I …

Published: 11 years ago

Some people really doesn’t get it

Last friday I went to a networking event and I met this lady who has a mobile marketing company. When we start talking I was really interested in her opinion about mobile marketing because lately I’m dealing with several mobile projects, but after 2 …