I (Tom Bluewater) founded MacHouse in May, 2005. I remain as the lead software programmer. In other words, I'm the only one working at this company at full time or any time although I often use the subject "we" when I speak to represent my company. Yes, it is a comapny. And, yes, I do pay the corporate tax.
In case you didn't know, I'm not really a career software programmer. I'm more like a computer hobbist. Anyway, I was developing Mac applications till the summer of 2011. I left Mac App Store after they threatened to take down our iTunes account for the second time involving OrganizeX (an application available at Mac App Store). I subsequently swtiched to Windows, releasing nearly four dozen applications. Now, I'm back to Mac OS. Why? Microsoft's Windows Store is terribly poor. Getting involved with Microsoft was one of the biggest mistakes I've ever made in my life.
- Some time around 2009 Developing Mac applications
- October, 2011 Developing Windows applications
- November, 2012 Developing iOS applications
- May 2013 Developing Mac OS applications