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Objective-C, along with C++, is probably my most favourite language. I love square brackets and control over memory management. And I love creating applications for the iPhone. I have written most of my Objective-C apps when I was an employee of Edelman Digital. The apps included games, data collection apps and show case apps for companies such as Puma, Manchester United, Churchil and others. Here I show apps that I created as an independent developer.

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