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AT&T May Charge App Makers for Consumer Data Use

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Top message:  This is just a terrible idea by mycool   Feb 27, 2012, 11:25 AM

Replying to:  Re: More Seriously by Jayshmay   Feb 27, 2012, 1:29 PM

Re: More Seriously

by mycool    Feb 27, 2012, 1:57 PM

Eventually... keep in mind that I work full time as a .NET developer, so the applications I'm exploring right now are all in my spare time, which is already stretched out thin.

The time constraint is actually the reason I'm working on a WP7 app first, even though I don't own a WP7 device for personal use.

Once I get free time I do want to explore Objective-C (iOS), and yes Android as well (Java). The thing is, I already mentioned I know Java... just not the Android SDK specifically. Which is the same reason I didn't mention Blackberry, because it is also Java. Though, I'll probably wait until Blackberry 10 is nearing before jumping into that ship, even though I own a Blackberry device.

I'd say I'm about 15% done with my application for WP7. It's going to be a Yahoo! Fantasy Sports management tool. I'm using Microsoft Prism so that I can build sports modules. I'm gonna release a Basketball module first, then Football, then the others.

It all comes down to how much spare time I have outside of work and other areas of my life.

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