by Cesare Rocchi


tags: microsoft

I quit working on Microsoft software a few months after the first Microsoft Surface (the table touchscreen) was announced. I remember I liked working with C# and the APIs to rotate windows.

The announcement of the iPhone generated such a big wave that I was dragged away. Full of enthusiasm I switched and didn’t look back. Building a sustainable business wasn’t a though in my mind at the time.

But now it is. And my way is creating solutions for professionals. The newly announced Microsoft Surface Studio definitely looks like a tool for professionals, that have no problems in paying for valuable software.

Not to mention that C# is now much more ripe than Swift.

I am intrigued. I am keeping an eye on this. It looks like a promising tool.