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My first IPhone App - NIOSH Chemical Hazards


I just got my first IPhone/IPod Touch application approved for the App Store today!

It is called “NIOSH Chemical Hazards“. It is based on the NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards. It should be available in the app store at midnight!

I had never developed any kind of application in the Apple world. It was quite a shock. I’ve been developing in the MS world for over 10 years so I didn’t expect it to be too difficult. It was VERY difficult. I did not find Objective-C or Interface Builder to be at all intuitive although I did like XCode. I certainly won’t say Apple has done a poor job with the tools, but it isn’t something that would drive me away from Visual Studio! I should probably write a blog post about my experience some time.

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I'm a generalist, at least if I'm honest. In my job I am primarily a developer, but also a sysadmin, and (as little as possible) technical support. I know a little about a lot of things, a lot about some things, and everything about nothing. Here I will post random learnings...


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