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#ArticleOfTheDay: 3 Issues That Scare Appreneurs, But Shouldn’t

If you are a regular reader of this blog, you know that I am an #appreneur (an entrepreneur that focuses on app development) and am working on bringing my first app to the Apple App Store (coming very soon).  It is important to me to share my experiences and to let you know how others are doing in app development.

Written by Chris Meier, today’s article talks about 3 things that tend to scare people away from app development. I generally agree with Chris’s observations.

In my experience thus far, I would say that it is a bit more complicated than some people lead you to believe. For example, you really have to learn some new skills. You need to be able to create a good RFP, you need to have a vision of what the app should look like and how it will operate, you have to be tech savvy enough to learn software well enough to make your job easier.

But I do believe that most people can do it. If you are a self-starter, willing to learn/adapt, and somewhat computer savvy, you can certainly do it.

Without further ado, here is the full article:  http://bit.ly/1wg8W17

Related article: How to Build a Product Website for your App

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Hopefully this article of the day was helpful to you. I would also like to hear your stories and understand what scares you about app development. Please leave a comment!