I’ve spent this morning setting up my new MacBook’s dev environment to match what I had before. I’m now ready to get back into coding and polishing up the donationware items I released in my former life as a developer. The last two years have seen a lot of my personal time devoted to getting my body and mind into shape for months of isolation and hardcore exercise that comes with crossing countries on foot. Now I’m back on solid ground, thinking about arranging millions of 1s and 0s in a row. It’s an entirely different challenge and one I welcome. I haven’t decided if I can announce where I work just yet. Not that it’s a state secret but I’m not sure on their policies of personal blogs. Rest assured that it’s something I’m really looking forward to in a field I can be pretty happy I’m working in. I’ll try not to bang on about it at parties though :-)

I’ve a week of induction and set up. Then once my brain is back in gear it should flow through to my own projects, if I’m not busy moving house, which I will be.

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3 Responses to “Developing”

  1. Dirk Says:


    Its good to read that you restart the developing. If it possible to get a “iPhotoToGoogleEarth 2″ without iPhoto ? I mean, same functions, but can be used over the “Open with…” dialog from finder or in my case in Adobe Bridge (that come with Photoshop Elements). That would be very great!

    Thanks, Dirk

  2. craig Says:

    Hi Dirk,
    A stand-alone iPhotoToGoogleEarth is planned but it’s on the back burner while I work on iPhone apps which actually have some potential to earn money and pay off the new Mac I needed to start developing them. Check back for more news soon.

  3. Dirk Says:

    Hi Craig.
    I understand this. And if you like to earn some $ for the “…ToGoogleEarth” – i have no problem with this.

    If you are back in New Zealand – enjoy the summer!

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