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    Re: Are Adware Android apps more profitable than Adware Windows Applications/Utilitie

    Quote Originally Posted by dilettante View Post
    I guess I'll just have to learn from all of your enlightened posts in the wildly popular Metro forum. This may take time, since Win8 has only been in developers' hands for a bit over 2 years now.
    Well, I agree that metro may not be the thing. I'm not feeling strong motivation to move in that direction. It has nothing much to do with the rest of my life, though. Win8 <> metro, at least not at this time. If Win9 is metro only, then that's the end of MS. Whether or not it will be the end of my writing for them is up to my employer, though.
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    Yep, I'll be working on Dragon computers. And we're using Prince methodologies.
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    We use the Siege methodology for development. We scribble the requirements on rocks, which we then toss over the wall, hoping they get the message.

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    Re: Are Adware Android apps more profitable than Adware Windows Applications/Utilitie

    Quote Originally Posted by techgnome View Post
    We use the Siege methodology for development. We scribble the requirements on rocks, which we then toss over the wall, hoping they get the message.

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    In every project, requirements become the first line of defense, when it comes to justifying the final outcome. So your approach is commendable.
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