AAS Podcast #06: Markus Ahonen
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One of the key planks in developing software for smartphones is your developer environment. After a number of options, most of the Symbian developers (including Symbian themselves) are now using Carbide C++. It's a vital plank, given that, as well as using it for writing most of the third party applications, it's also used to code Symbian OS and elements of the S60 and UIQ interfaces. I caught up with Markus Ahonen to talk about the latest developments in the tool.