I’ve found my Real Studio application hosting VPS, and I’m very happy!
While working on a donationware app I released some time ago, and monitoring its’ performance on a Ubuntu host, I noticed that TCPSocket communications would lag horribly behind.
There’s no denying that Cocoa support has come a long way, but just how far?
Over the last little bit, I’ve seen some of my Real Studio brethren posting their stories, so I thought I would do the same.
Well, with the big first quarter project turned over to the customer, we’re getting back in gear for the release of GraffitiSuite.com.
There for a while, I was actually worried. Would I be able to get the latest project done on time? Would it be right? Would the customer be happy?
I’ve recently had the privilege of working with the MonkeyBread Software plugins, and I’m impressed.