Archive for May, 2009

Browser almost done

I’ve been working on a Web Browser app lately, and I’m just about done with it.  All of the features for the initial release are complete, and I just have a few bugs to iron out.

I’m pretty happy with the way it came out too!  It provides a fun new way to browse the web on the iPhone and iPod Touch, and there’s nothing else like it on the App Store.  We’ll provide more details when it actually hits the store.

I’ve been working on iPhone stuff non-stop for the past two months.  I’ve had my face buried in my MacBook almost every night after work, and for the entirety of most weekends.  It’s been a mostly-positive experience so far, as I’ve been getting more and more comfortable with the iPhone SDK and Objective-C with every app I make.  More broadly, as a Software Engineer, it’s been very beneficial for me to gain experience on a new platform.  The extra coding practice doesn’t hurt either, keeps you sharp.

That being said, I’ve been getting pretty burnt out lately, and plan to take a nice long break from development.  This will give me more time to spend with my family and also to pursue my other hobbies, both of which haven’t been getting enough of my time.



Welcome to Thunderblog

Let’s start off this blog with a quick introduction.

Binary Moustache was formed for the sole purpose of developing for Apple’s iPhone and iPod Touch.  We have a wide range of ideas of what to bring to the platform, and we have the motivation to turn dreams into reality.

We’re a small, scrappy, independent team.  Binary Moustache is primarily comprised of a young married couple, who also receive consultation from family and friends.

Check back here often, as we’ll be thoroughly chronicling our adventures.

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