Month: March 2007
TheAppleBlog: Serial Number Storage Roundup
Josh Pigford of the TheAppleBlog: Serial Number Storage Roundup It’s a good overview of the available products in the same market space as LicenseKeeper: LicenseKeeper ($19.95) – One of the most full featured options available, this one really is the king of serial/license storage. While the interface is deceivingly simple (that’s a good thing), it […]
Wanted: Beta Testers for LicenseKeeper 1.1
It’s that time again. I am looking for a few volunteers to help beta test the next version of LicenseKeeper. Specifically, I’m looking for people who use either Microsoft Entourage or PowerMail. A note of caution: This is beta software. If you are uncomfortable installing software that is not production ready, please do not volunteer. […]
Otis: Come to the Block Party.
Wonder Warp Software has released a fun little game called Otis. I had the opportunity to watch from the side lines as Dan Grover worked on Otis. Dan and I are both members of the Boston chapter of Cocoa Heads. Every month we meet and talk shop, share experiences, and demo things we’ve been working […]
Lost Registration Number for Downloadable Game?
Jay Barnson asks “What To Do If You Lose Your Registration Number For a Downloadable Game?” We’d previously pulled almost all information and licenses (and serial numbers, etc) from her old system, but we’d missed that one. I hunted through my emails, and couldn’t find one that had a registration number or license number. Man, […]
Mac App Checklist
A ton of work goes into developing software. There is much to do before an application can be released to the public. Whether open-source or closed, a polished application is much nicer for the user. Domain of the Board gives us a nice checklist to ready software for release on the Mac.
Tips for Independent Developers
Nick Bradbury, creator of HomeSite, TopStyle, and FeedDemon recently started publishing a series of valuable tips for independent software developers. Good stuff from someone who as been through the process successfully — more than once. [link via Ranchero.com]
Red Orbit Review
Thanks to a Google search, I just found that Craig Crossman published a great review of LicenseKeeper on his Computer Column for Red Orbit. I just recently appeared on Craig’s nationally syndicated Computer America radio show and had a great time chatting with him.
Guy Kawasaki Video
Guy Kawasaki speaks on The Art of Innovation in a video published by Microsoft’s Small Business Summit. This is the first time I’ve heard Guy speak and he definitely has a great style. Very inspirational, informative and funny. [via My Micro-ISV] He’s definitely sold me a copy of one of his books.
LicenseKeeper on the Radio
If you missed me on Craig Crossman’s Computer America this past Friday night, you can still listen in through the show archives: LicenseKeeper on the Radio Update: Computer America has graciously allowed me to host a copy of the show and you can find my interview starting at the 27:45 mark.
Coding Horror’s List of Top 10 Lists
A nice collection of programming related top 10 lists. …some good things to keep in mind while you go about your daily programming.