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bio website blog.richardhartness.com
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I am a software architect, living in Charlotte, NC.


Jul
25
comment iPhone development options for the [from-my-cold-dead-hands] C developer
No problem GlenH7. I just assumed (possibly inappropriately) that you were the same person who down-voted the question the same day that you requested to close it. This has happened to me a few times in the past on StackExchange-- I ask a question and 2-3 years later it gets down-voted due to the fact that it's no longer within the scope of the site. My response is always the same-- I politely, but curtly, request that my questions be flagged rather than down-voted. If you aren't the one who gave the down-vote, then I appologize for assuming that you were.
Jul
25
comment iPhone development options for the [from-my-cold-dead-hands] C developer
Then lock it, rather than down vote it. I asked this question nearly 3 years ago, on SO. It was migrated here and was received well enough at the time. Thank you for keeping the site clean (seriously) but it's not like I can go back in time and re-map this question to what this site is expected to be, today.
Aug
20
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
9
accepted When does it become mandatory to sign up with the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG)?
Jun
28
comment How do functional languages handle random numbers?
Remarkable answer. I'm not a functional programmer but I do understand most of the concepts and I've "played" with Haskell. This is the type of answer that both informs the questioner and inspires others to dig deeper and learn more about the topic. I wish I could give you a few extra points above the 10 from my up-vote.
Feb
25
awarded  Caucus
Feb
25
awarded  Constituent
Sep
19
accepted What are some general guidelines for setting up an iOS project I will want to personally publish but sell in the future?
Sep
14
revised What are some general guidelines for setting up an iOS project I will want to personally publish but sell in the future?
Slight expansion of definition for desired answer.
Sep
14
comment What are some general guidelines for setting up an iOS project I will want to personally publish but sell in the future?
This is about what I had expected, however, I was hoping it would have worked a little easier. Sad to see that this is my only/best option.
Sep
12
awarded  Commentator
Sep
12
comment What are some general guidelines for setting up an iOS project I will want to personally publish but sell in the future?
Thanks for that tip. I don't believe, though, this is much a question about coding. Instead, it's really about setting up the project (though, including the portion of XCode), how should I publish this app and, I guess in a worst case, should I create a "company" centered around this one application so that it would be easy to transfer to the new owners. I don't know what to do, but I do know that Apple if very limiting in the options that you have in making changes to your published projects. To my knowledge, you can't just give an app to another dev license.
Sep
12
revised What are some general guidelines for setting up an iOS project I will want to personally publish but sell in the future?
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Sep
12
asked What are some general guidelines for setting up an iOS project I will want to personally publish but sell in the future?
Sep
4
awarded  Yearling
Sep
4
accepted If I have two developer license accounts with Apple, can I easily switch between the two for app development and publishing?
Sep
4
accepted Are there any FOSS operating systems available that conform to NASA's JPL coding standards?
Aug
7
revised Are there any FOSS operating systems available that conform to NASA's JPL coding standards?
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Aug
7
asked Are there any FOSS operating systems available that conform to NASA's JPL coding standards?
May
14
comment If I have two developer license accounts with Apple, can I easily switch between the two for app development and publishing?
mouviciel: I appreciate the answer you had originally given, however, after using XCode (but not yet having published anything to the iTunes store) I've begun to wonder if this could be simplified. I'm asking for second opinions or, in your case, additional information involving not having to create another OS X account. Just wanted to let you know since you were the provider of the first answer. Update your answer accordingly and I'll return your check.