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Hi! I’m Brian Romanko, cofounder of BigBig Bomb. I’ve been building software for over 13 years at firms like frog and several fast-paced startups. I hold a BS in Information Technology from RIT and an MBA from the University of Texas. Throughout my career I've consulted for clients such as HP, Microsoft, Cisco and Dell.

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comment StackTrace for iPad
@DennisRongo The Stack Exchange API is currently readonly, so we focused the app on reading and learning from the existing Stack Overflow content. Once there is an API that allows writes we will look in to adding those features.
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comment SVG Versions of the Logos
Are there any plans to release SVG icons for all of the sites, or as @Jonathan. mentions, include a reference to the SVG in the /sites response?
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comment OAuth Dialog rendering problems
It's better now. Thanks. I did find that if we turn off [UIWebView scalesPageToFit] it does still wrap. In case anyone else runs in to that.
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comment StackTrace for iPad
@TimothyMueller-Harder Good question. If we would have focused on the entire Stack Exchange network, we would have ended up with a set of lowest common denominator features. Instead, we've baked in some features that really allow SO content to shine (full-screen code popups, syntax highlighting, etc). That said, we plan to grow to support the entire SE network when we feel confident we can give each of them the appropriate level of attention to detail.
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@GeorgeEdison We're starting with iPad but would love to expand to other mobile platforms. iPhone is our likely second platform (since we can leverage much of the Objective C codebase). However, Android is absolutely on our radar.
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