Anything at all that gets things moving in the right direction would be great. I sincerely hope this software has a long long future ahead of it and great success.
me too my dear james...
i made my movement... i will keep improving my app (which will be sold in mexico next month i guess) and i am taking some web technologies classes in a small school at my city... man! when you have been abandoned by brilliant, then you see the web technology and you feel alive again... i dont know how many months or years will take me to master web development in order to create apps but... this keeps me optimistic:
1. web technology is open source, no more paying thousands for an ide
2. there are more information and support than you may want to read
3. cross platform
4. what you learn really is yours and applicable even in other technologies (for instance you can lear a littel java script, and then you can use a framework but still use what you know
5. not been afraid when a new windows or android version comes... you use web man!
by the way and just if some one is interested i am taking a 4 hours class on saturdays and during the week i am learning by my saide in khan academy wich is even better that the class room.
man! i love brilliant, and also i hate brilliant... :d