Interview with Andrew Gallant - wtcBB Developer

By The Sandman · Sep 12, 2005 ·
  1. The Sandman

    The Sandman Administrator

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  2. Scribbller

    Scribbller The dude

    Excellent interview I always thought Shelly owned wtcbb and photosplit.
  3. Shelley

    Shelley Coder/Designer

    Andrew owns it all, I get the luxury of seeing the whole development process and designing the graphics which Andrew has given me full descretion over. ;)

    Excellent interview. :tup:
  4. jamslam

    jamslam Aspirant

    She wishes :p

    In all seriousness, I'd just like to thank The Sandman, The Admin Zone and all their staff for giving me this opportunity.

    I think you guys have done a great job building up a vast resourse, and I have added it to my list of web sites that I visit daily- so hopefully you'll see more of me here :)
  5. Adam S

    Adam S Fan

    Great interveiw, great job Jamslam, keep up the great work.
  6. phoenixdown21

    phoenixdown21 The Man with the Plan

    This was a great interview and it was interesting to read your particular perpsectives on the vast number of questions that Sandman tosses at people ;)
  7. wimpie

    wimpie Neophyte

    Great interview, looking forward to see the 2.0 beta of wtcBB.
  8. broncofan2222

    broncofan2222 wtcBB user

    Yes, great interview jam.

    And, amen to that wimpie...I can't wait to see it either.
  9. fasherman

    fasherman Participant

    Now would be a great time for a follow-up interview. Last fall's high school senior should be this year's college freshman, right? I'll even help out and ask the questions:

    1. How many colleges did you apply to and why?
    2. Which ones accepted?
    3. Which one did you choose and why?
    4. Do you think you'll have trouble balancing the demands of being a college freshman with continuing to develop and maintain wtcBB?
    5. Does the time required to support wtcBB allow you any time for a normal teenager social life?
    6. wtcBB2 is still in alpha 10 months after the last interview. What have been the biggest challenges?
    7. Early this year, you learned that your software had been stolen - maybe thats no the right word - by a company in Europe. How did you feel seeing someone else take credit for your work and how difficult was it to resolve?
    8. And now the tough one... Faced with the reality of college tuition and expenses and the time necessary to develop/maintain wtcBB have you been tempted at all to make it a commecial product or renewable license software?
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