This morning a blog entry by Steve Behrendt got me thinking about what the business experience must be like for Windows Phone developers. Actually it is more than Windows Phone developers, it is developers for any of the app stores. Prior to Apple introducing the modern concept of an app store a developer would, for the most part, have to implement all the components of a modern business in order to succeed. They’d need to put real money into marketing, sales, and service. Since the late 90s they could use the web to explain their product, sell, and even download the application to customer systems.
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