Mike Piatek-Jimenez of Gaucho Software has a new version of the comprehensive weather app, Seasonality Go, that now runs on both iPad and iPhone. Mike walks us through all the information that Seasonality Go puts at your finger tips, including a very cool particle-based wind map, why it took the power of iOS 8 to bring the app to the iPhone, and why educators are among those who love both the information and the visual appeal of Seasonality Go. Combining his own weather servers with others around the world, Mike brings a ton of weather information right to your fingertips in an app that is functional and fun to use.
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Mike Piatek-Jimenez has been a Mac user ever since he was 7 years old when his father brought home a Mac 512KE. He started writing Mac apps in 2002 in his spare time. In 2004, Mike left his day job and founded Gaucho Software to develop Mac software full time. Gaucho Software’s primary products include the Seasonality family of apps for weather enthusiasts, which have been featured in a variety of mainstream publications. When not writing code, Mike enjoys photography, mountain biking, and spending time with his wife and two young daughters. You can find him on the web at starcoder.com or on Twitter as @mikepj. More information about Seasonality can be found at GetSeasonality.com or @GetSeasonality on Twitter.