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That wasnâ€™t in the realm of possibility and wasnâ€™t something that I was trying to necessarily accomplish.
Iâ€™ve been workingÂ hard over the past 17 years as a developer to do work that matters and to find joy in the projects and products that Iâ€™ve built and created.
I want you to know, very clearly, that I am not overly-talented nor am I amazingly-gifted.
The only thing that Iâ€™ve got going for me is that I try to do my best, I work smart (and hard), and I havenâ€™t quit. Iâ€™ll list those things for you so you can â€œscannersâ€ can capture these important facts and apply them to yourselves:
- Work smark and hard.
- Don't quit. Don't vie up.
Launcher Followup and Thoughts on the App Store Review System
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They steadfastly refused to tell me if a certain use of a widget was acceptable or not ahead of time.
The Apple representative responded by saying that they prefer that the rules remain vague because that allows developers to come up with innovative ideas and also allows Apple to be flexible in case they change their minds later.
They basically said that Launcher was a trailblazer in uncharted territories and that they felt that they needed to make an example of it in order to get the word out to developers that its functionality is not acceptable without them having to publish new specific guidelines.
Youâ€™re better than this, Apple.
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Steve also had a high level of confidence, some might say arrogance, that led him to believe that he was absolutely right when others were wrong. This level of confidence/arrogance is also ingrained in the culture at Apple.
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