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Hello, I'm matt. I have done a rapid iPhone development project called 25appsinaug that has been featured on various blogs such as oDesk and iPhone Development Bits. You can find the project here: http://appeveryday.wordpress.com/ I also have a website that contains my projects. That you can find here: http://www.mattsapps.com Also you can find my twitter at @computermatt

Jun
27
answered StackKit: an API framework for Cocoa
Jun
25
comment StackWidget for Android
That's an awesome icon!
Jun
24
revised MSOEngine Objective-C library
deleted 877 characters in body; edited tags
Jun
24
revised Explain http://stackauth.com/0.9/help/method?method=users/{id}/associated
added 9 characters in body
Jun
24
revised StackTop-Mac app---Now out of beta!
Highlighted version checking feature of MSOEngine
Jun
23
revised StackTop-Mac app---Now out of beta!
Some notes about 3.0; added 1 characters in body
Jun
22
answered Would the following image be allowed?
Jun
22
revised StackTop-Mac app---Now out of beta!
edited title, and some of body
Jun
21
revised StackTop-Mac app---Now out of beta!
version 2.9
Jun
20
comment questions response missing fields
@code. Please stop being immature. Judge people by their code and their programs, not arbitrary values like net rep gain and hours viewing the api documentation. Please grow up. And also, it says 11 on my profiles for "poops and giggles"
Jun
20
comment questions response missing fields
@code I'm not saying you should be banned. Some of your questions are valid, however, I do not tolerate posts who's answer is in the documentation. Also, saying that you have spend more time studying the documentation just tells me you think you are the best at the API, which I think is a little egotistic. I think you should grow up and realize that some people here don't really like you that much because you are immature. Things in the current API are there for a reason, either because they were there or because somebody requested it when it was in the private beta.
Jun
20
comment redundant data in users
I personally like it. It lets us know that that url that is being returned is, in fact, the url. It'll allow you guys to possibly change it later on (for some unknown reason) and know that if the programmer wrote their app well it wouldn't break.
Jun
20
comment questions response missing fields
can you PLEASE look at the documentation before you post noise like this, and if you realize after you asked the question could you PLEASE hit the delete button
Jun
20
comment why is badge counts a nested structure?
because your question doesn't make sense. If I want to get badge data, I would want it to be in a spot where I can easily find it in the documentation. Maybe if there was one or two types of badges then your question would be valid, but with three it makes more sense to display it as a nested structure. That way, when I'm trying to find all badge data, I know that it's all contained within badge_counts and that that'll be the only place badge data is in.
Jun
20
comment why is badge counts a nested structure?
Not trying to be mean, but can I downvote this twice?
Jun
18
awarded  Enthusiast
Jun
16
revised StackTop-Mac app---Now out of beta!
2.8
Jun
15
comment Where did the “apps” tab disappear?
@Randolpho this isn't stack overflow, there is no meta.stackapps.com
Jun
15
comment My App unintentionally DoSed api, and my IP got blocked across all the sites, now what should I do?
@farseeker even though the day is young (for me at least), I think that's the best comment I'll see all day!
Jun
14
comment StackKit: an API framework for Cocoa
you'll have to implement that yourself. See apple's fantastic documentation (not sarcasm)