Why I Choose to Develop for the Mac and not the Web or Windows

After years of developing custom tools and scripts, mostly for Windows and the Web, one thing became clear to me: I didn’t want to develop for the mess that the web is and has always been, with no clear indicator that’s ever going to improve. I also didn’t want to be labeled as a “devops” or “full stack developer”, as if being a humble developer was a thing of the past.
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On Paying for Software

Michael Tsai posted two links with different authors opinions on the subject. The HN conversation that ensues from the original link, by Seth Godin, is highly interesting for the myriad of points of view. Let me share mine. I grew learning Turbo C and Turbo Pascal (after some Z80 assembly). Later I developed an enthusiasm for Delphi, a truly complete environment for Enterprise Windows GUI development, which included the excellent VCL and some data-binding.
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