Apps industry keeps developers in high demand

Full story: The News Tribune

Ross Waycaster designed the first of his four mobile apps as a high school senior in Tupelo, Miss., a game called "Super Marrio Jump" that's been downloaded from the Apple store more than 20,000 times, earning him more than $16,000. "I have an entrepreneurial spirit, so we'll see where that takes me," said Waycaster, 21, who's now a junior at ... (more)
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anon

Tupelo, MS

#1 Nov 18, 2012
A silly way to spend money but an opportunity to start your own business. You can learn how to write an app on line no college needed.

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