Not sure when this went live, or how I missed seeing it the moment it did, but the snippet of video on Trism that Apple showed off in their iPhone 3.0 Sneak Peek Event is up in full on Apple's developer site, and it's brought along some friends. The full list includes:
- Werner Jainek of Cultured Code (Things)
- Dr. Ge Wang of Smule (Ocarina, Leaf Trombone)
- Steve Demeter of Demiforce (Trism)
- Christina Wick of AOL (AOL Radio, AIM)
The videos show not only some great insights into the personalities behind some of our favorite apps, but the development process as well.
(Via Cocoia on Twitter)
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