At the moment, I blog and tweet (@BenjaminZAMayo) in the midst of studying Economics at university. Since 2010, I have been doing iPhone development and currently sell Bingo Machine on the App Store and — more recently — have been freelancing on other projects.1
On this blog, comments are disabled. That doesn’t mean I don’t want feedback. On the contrary, I love discussing stuff with other people. I just hate blog comments. Please feel free to tweet or email me about anything. Even better, write a response post on your own blog and ping me. Although I can’t guarantee I’ll reply, I do read everything in my inbox.
I don’t really have a set agenda for what I link to or write about. I think I am driven by intrigue and annoyance, but I can’t pinpoint my internal criteria exactly. It is likely to be about Apple and the wider technology industry, though, and I will endeavour not to stray into areas where I don’t have sufficient knowledge to comment.
On a technical level, this site is powered by TextPattern which I have found to be very capable2, without having the cruft of WordPress. Since February 2013, hosting is provided by MediaTemple’s (gs) server and I have found reliability to be fantastic.
1 If you are in need of an Objective-C developer for projects of any size, I’d love to talk.
2 It’s not perfect. Footnote links are really messy, for instance. The appended hash string is a long incomprehensible random mess.