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Officially Retiring as an Apple Developer

One thing with IT that I’ve never been good at is sticking with a single technology or concept. I love IT; that is for sure, but any one topic can be boring at times. Typically when you think of a “Jack of all Trades”, you immediately assume “master of none”, but I’d argue that is a strength when it comes to IT. Technology is ever changing, and to keep up, you need to be able to see the big picture, understand the overarching concepts, and be ready to apply them when needed, but not be tethered to them indefinitely. There is almost always a better way to do things.

With that said, Apple appears to be putting the smackdown on “junk apps” on the App Store and removing my dozen or so Apps from the download list. And to be honest, this is really needed. There are so many people, like me, that are tinkering with apps and listing them on the store that it makes it hard for the average consumer to find the best of the best. I’m not sure if there should be a middle ground, or if some new platform shall arise for the aspiring developer, but I can certainly attest that having an app see popularity is a thrill that I hope all developers are able to experience.

Nonetheless, staying true to my “jack of all trades” IT nature, it is time to hang my hat and close down this blog. My best of luck to fellow IT geeks out there!

About the Author: Sprawl

Stephen Russell is a Mobile App developer and all around IT geek that spends his days running data centers and his nights coding. This site is the go to place for all of zSprawl's work and the infamous development blog. In his free time, he enjoys tinkering with web code, playing video games, and otherwise plotting to take over the Internets.


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