As I mentioned in my introduction post, I'm looking to bring a unique form of news and format that adds a more personable touch. The reason why we are all here is because we love iDevice products, news, and discussions. But what makes a venture like this more exciting is to bring in developers, product designers, and others from this field to talk a little about themselves and what they do. This bridges the gap between the user and developer/designer and adds a more relational aspect to the table. With that, I'm starting a new "series" called Behind The Code.
Behind The Code will cover prominent developers/designers from all different realms of the Apple world and will consist of personal questions and questions about their work. There's nothing better than to know a little bit more about the person or people that designed your favorite tweak, app, theme, whatever.
I'd like to kick of this pilot episode with a good friend of mine, qwertyoruiop (@qwertyoruiop). To be honest, I knew very little about him until recently. As a matter of fact, I didn't even know his real name until a few days ago (Luke).
One of his new developments, which is an interest of mine and I'm sure soon will be many of yours, is his project OpenStar. OpenStar is a breakthrough application that allows Mac applications to be tweaked (e.g. add a nowplaying button to Twitter