Before I get into our developer spotlight of the day, I wanted to address some issues and talk that has been surrounding this series since our first entry posted last week. There has been claims that this series is a “drag for attention”, and that it is in the BlackBerry’s fan base best interest to just move on from these types of articles. Another claim was that we are aiming to hurt RIM’s reputation with the posts of these articles. So let’s make this clear, SliceoftheNet does not post any content that the writer is not passionate about, we do not aim to profit off readership period. As the owner of SliceoftheNet, I am an avid BlackBerry fan, who is excited for what the future holds for BlackBerry and I am in this for the long haul, despite what decisions RIM makes for the platform. It simply comes down to this, if you don’t like what we are posting, please feel free to remove us from your bookmarks and social feeds. Finally, I want to thank our own Scott Burns for making this series happen! Without him, I wouldn’t be doing this. Thank you Scott!
Todays Developer spotlight falls on a Theme dev best known by the name of Mobster Mobile Designs, who surprisingly to my own experience has been a very pleasant and fun person to converse with. I recently was acquainted with Jennifer over certain tweets with mutual friends, I couldn’t help being drawn to the positive energy she gives off when she tweets, It was a no brainer to follow her! It wasn’t until recently, I made the connection with the work she has done on the Theme dev side, having personally recommended themes she has created in the past to my friends. Her work speaks for itself, being clean, clever and overall inspiring productivity. For a full look at her work you can check her out on BlackBerry App World or her personal website: http://www.mobstermobiledesign.com. We asked her the same questions as our last interviewee, let’s see how she answers: Read the full interview!