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CS Student at SUNY Fredonia.

Employed writing apps for Android.

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comment What pricing model has more benefits in mobile app stores: free or paid?
@Evan Theres also the possibility that someone may use an ad version for several months before buying the paid version giving you even more total revenue.
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comment What pricing model has more benefits in mobile app stores: free or paid?
@Evan I'm actually under an NDA to not get into the specifics of my startups pricing setup. But I will say of my personal pricing system that its far more profitable to have a user launch an app with ads at least once a day for half a year than it is to sell the app for anything less than $5. It really depends on what you develop. For example look at a pedometer app vs a game app. You would want ads on the pedometer or to sell it for a higher price since it would be used a lot year round but you would want to sell the game since it would probably cease regular use after a month or so.
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comment Learning to implement dynamically typed language compiler
Dynamic compilers are almost exclusively only used in emulators as dynamic recompilers. This wouldn't happen to be your intention for researching the subject area, would it? And speaking of this, examining the source code to said emulators is probably your best bet for learning about dynamic compilers.