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Hi,
 
I recently moved to iOS domain and would like to ask you
small advice. I was hesitating whether to move to iOS
domain or not but still did.
 
Do you know if it happens frequently or rarely that people
from the iOS domain move to another domain? (Say back to
programming Desktop applications?).
 
Thanks.
Posted 11-Dec-12 21:15pm
(unknown member)
Edited 11-Dec-12 21:22pm
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Comments
Richard MacCutchan at 12-Dec-12 3:45am
   
It's impossible to answer such a question without taking a survey of all the developers (or a reasonable sample) in the world.
Matra Divat at 12-Dec-12 4:00am
   
Ok, I see thanks. i will make the question easier: just wonder if it would be strange if an iOS developer after some times moves to another (say Desktop) domain?
Richard MacCutchan at 12-Dec-12 8:54am
   
How strange? Most developers move domains at least once in their lives, it's just progress. If you have a reasonable understanding of one field then you should find the others easy to learn; just like changing from one language to another.
aspnet_regiis -i at 12-Dec-12 10:13am
   
Don't worry as long as you are comfortable working on different platforms..
 
You will become a multi-skilled person and people will begin to call you - a platform independent person ..:)

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