Awhile ago I read a short story about a shopkeeper who wouldn’t advertise his wares nor, during regular business hours, hang an “Open” sign in his window. The few people who, in spite of all that, would find their way inside the store were met with disinterest if not sheer disdain. One day, asked about the odd peculiarity of his behavior, he retorted that, over the years, he got so attached to his wares that he actually loathed selling any of them. He simply wanted to spend all of his time in their familiar, reassuring presence. The only reason to keeping the business open was because, as a family heirloom, he had promised not to dispose of it.
What’s my point? Just like the odd shopkeeper, I feel reticent telling you about my experience with Agicent Technologies of Noida, India - over time, they performed so superbly as our development partner that I wouldn’t want to share them with you nor, for that matter, with anyone else - if I could, I’d just keep them for ourselves! But, since we had already promised to publicly disclose our experience with Agicent, here it is…
Port existing iPad app to iPhone
on Apr 18, 2014