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This blog has not been updated for a long while, mainly because of lack of time (demanding daily job…). I will try to post again from time to time, but I have just started a new personal project (see below), so most likely the posts will be more focused from now on.

I have started developing again, after taking a long pause (I used to be behind CeMacSoft, producing an encryption shareware called KryptoSpace). For now I will focus on iOS, but I’m not excluding going “back to the Mac”… Especially I am not excluding the development of applications running on multiple devices (Mac, iPhone, iPad, and possibly in a browser as well).

The first project is a very simple application, JustTime, that I will likely release next week.

The idea is simply to develop the applications that I would need to make my life easier, and that I cannot find on the market. This is why I started developing JustTime in the first place: I needed a simple timer to use while giving presentations, and all the applications I could find in the App Store had a million feature but what I was looking for (and most of them did not look good…).

An interesting discovery: to develop an iPhone application I spent far more time in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop than in Xcode! On a mobile application each and every pixel counts.

  1. Richard Pilling
    Richard Pilling02-10-2014

    Hi Cesare,

    Very much like the blog. Seem to be missing a simple “subscribe to my blog” box though – or maybe I am missing smthg. Hence I had to make this comment and tick on the “notify me of new posts by email’. Hopefully that will work.

    Cheers,

    Richard

    • Cesare Tagliaferri
      Cesare Tagliaferri02-10-2014

      Hi Richard, that should work. Otherwise you can subscribe to the RSS feed, using the feed icon at the top of the screen (or this link).

      Cheers,
      Cesare

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