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Developers Tell Their Stories

 
We opened a new rubric «Developers Stories». Tell about yourself as much as you want!

The idea of introducing this rubric was caused by a wish to tell about apps of developers to our readers, not in the form of survey, as we (authors) do it, but from the point of view of inner entrails of creating programs: how everything began, which methods were used, how the software advanced, which problems the censors of App Store had to deal with etc. And, of course, the survey of app according to developers.

Imagine a hall, where a speaker comes to tribune and tells his story during five minutes. The audience either exults or sends him to the shower. We do not interfere with the process, but just observe sideways for the sake of propriety.

The readers will get to know about many apps and receive information, which can be revealed only by developer himself. And colleagues can share their experience. But to have some kind of order, we ask developers to read the following items:

Rules & Guidelines

  • You have to give us developer story complying with all the rules of spelling and punctuation.
  • You should have a video with with auding in English on YouTube. It’s better to shot live without screen emulators.
  • And the most important thing! Your story must be exclusive, original, new and not be reproduced anywhere else on the web including your own website (neither party benefits from duplicate content), written specially for AppLecture.com.

How Do I Get Started?

It’s very easy, please send an email with your developer story to info@applecture.com

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