Be nice. Or else.
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Regardless of whether I'd use the app or not (I'm an Android), I can comfortably say that you have done an amazing job. I knew iOS apps could be developed using Ruby, but I never thought someone can create something so crisp and beautiful. Great job!
I think this is the first of many apps to be made by yourself. Now that you have the experience in developing an application for iOS using Ruby, now the best thing would be to do is experiment, do some research on what's hot, what people need and release something into the market to accommodate. I think that's the best advice I can give right now, but again, you have done an amazing job! Keep it up and keep is up-to-date with anything else you create.
The user should be able to check post history. So they can go back and check all the posts they ever made.
I think ycombinator have one. Not sure when it starts though. http://ycombinator.com/apply.html
Welcome to DN! :-]
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I have the same exact mind set. I can honestly say that I have learnt probably 90% of everything I know away from schools. The only reason I go into University is to get that piece of paper at the end to confirm I am 'legit'.
It's as simple as that.
Other people may think different, but I want them to show me some sort of statistics or proof that someone who has paid thousands in fees for Uni has got a well paying 'Career' at the end.
(BTW I feel extremely sorry for people paying £9,000/year at Uni, what are they going to do with all that debt?)
This is exactly what I needed to scare the shit out of some people! lol
Be nice. Or else.
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