Apple Drops NDA, iPhone Developers (and We Here at Medialets) Rejoice
by Eric Litman
Great news out of Cupertino today for Apple iPhone developers worldwide: Apple has dropped its NDA.
Prior to today, the NDA, which must be agreed to before the SDK can be downloaded, had prevented programmers from discussing the finer points of their code and had forbidden developers from discussing the SDK and the applications that are built upon it.
Apple’s Nondisclosure Agreement, which has caused plenty of heartache for iPhone developers, also has prevented many experts from sharing their experiences, asking questions, and providing guidance.
Here at Medialets, we pride ourselves on being a hub for innovation and insights into this new platform, but have not been allowed to share much of the data and learnings we have accumulated over the past 81 days.
Over the next few days, we will be compiling some of our best practices and code examples onto developer.medialets.com/forum. We are also organizing some workshops for developers in NYC and SF who are looking to create great apps and successful businesses around the platform.
Please feel free to reach out to us at any time with your ideas, comments, suggestions and questions. Reach us at connect at medialets dot com or follow us on Twitter at @medialets. Happy coding!