MacVoices #8100: Paul Kafasis of Rogue Amoeba on the Goods and the Needs-Improvement of iPhone Developer Relations
In a little different take on the iPhone App Store launch, Paul Kafasis, the CEO of Rogue Amoeba, gives us a developers-eye perspective from the sidelines. Paul talks about why Rogue Amoeba, along with many, many other developers don’t have applications listed for purchase on Day One, and provides some thoughts on the goods and the not-so-goods of the iPhone software distribution model. Paul challenges the concept of Apple control in a thought-provoking discussion that will help users better understand the challenges of being a software developer.
A Broken System by Paul Kafasis on the O’Reilly Inside iPhone blog
Radioshift by Rogue Amoeba