MicroISV Interview Published on November 30, 2004 by Nick Bradbury MicroISV just posted an interview with me. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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>> My original plan was to become a cartoonist
Can you show your cartoons?
That is the Dexter RSS Feed.
I read the article late last night and downloaded FeedDemon to try it out. How in the world did you get your name & url in the InnoSetup line at the bottom of the installer dialogs? I’ve hunted around the docs and see no setting for putting something on the line.
great interview. it’s always interesting to learn more about online friends, and their histories…
darn, I’m too slow on the draw again. I guess I’ve been lax in my question asking on the forums :-)
Bill, InnoSetup enables you to customize the line at the bottom by adding “BeveledLabel=” to the [Messages] section of the install script.
Great interview, Nick. Good idea to let any potential TopStyle or FeedDemon buyout companies know that if they’re interested, they’d better be prepared to bring enough to the table to buy houses for your GREAT-grandchildren ;)
“…take the time to really study your competition before you write any code. See what problems they’re most focused on, and figure out where they’re failing.”
Oh, if more developers would do this. The world doesn’t need anymore zip utilites, text editors, or image viewers, but the world could definitely use better apps in each category. I keep testing FeedDemon against every new kid on the block and nothing matches its well thought design.
PS: I’m still lobbying Nick to build the world’s greatest text editor, since TopStyle Pro is halfway there. …Hint, hint!
Brad – I like your opinions. You are an honest guy
Amit @ Digital Inspiration
“Under-pricing HomeSite when it was acquired. I didn’t understand its real value to another company. But I’m not complaining at all, since HomeSite basically paid for my house. ”
Must off been a nice pay off tho to pay for a house….
Nice / honest interview
Nick, fantastic, thanks.
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