I released RetroSketch to the App Store last week. I am very proud of it's minimal interface. But I have found a major problem with its lack of chrome– I have no place to thank all the people who have helped me along the way.
First and foremost I need to thank God for the opportunities I have received and the talents I was given. I also need to thank my wife and kids. They have supported me all along and have endured many challenges along the way. None of this would be possible without them.
Next on the list are all my friends and colleagues that have helped me out. In particular I want to thank Rob Rhyne, Mike Ash, Mark Boszko, Sandy Wang, Guy English and everyone at NSCoder Night DC. If it wasn't for all these fine folks, RetroSketch would be a slow, pokey, ugly, barely usable pile of code plastered on a hard to read website. (Trust me on this one.)
Finally, I want to thank all of my good friends scattered over the internet. I can not begin to explain how deeply moving it has been to see the outpouring of support. The picture next to this article is something I never expected to see. What can I say?