A little about me, and what this page will be about from now on.
My name is Andreas and I have more than 16 years of experience being a professional developer for Windows, Mobile platforms and the Web using more technologies than I really care to count at this time.
During my spare time I have always spent time on my own projects, learning new things as they come. Though until recently my monetizing efforts for my hobby-projects has been running half speed.
Being a dad certainly gives a lot of motivation for trying to bring more money to spend on the kids. And to be honest our financial situation has not always been the best as I have been the only provider in this family.
Some months ago though, I decided to try to make some more money from my personal projects. I will share all progress on this page, and on the way I can hopefully provide you with some hints and tips on what to do, and what not to do.
So, is it really possible to start from zero? Without any initial resources to talk about? In the posts that will follow I will share my experiences.
Enjoy your stay.
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According to an email DroidXplorer will be preinstalled on devices, and be featured on a set of app stores. For free.
Send complex data in the custom field that you use to match a payment with a customer, order or whatever you need.
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By digging up Martian soil and thoroughly isolating genetic material from microbes, scientists could compare the genetic sequence to what we find here on Earth. The instrument responsible for collecting the genetic material is under development by researchers at Harvard and MIT and could catch a ride with a rocket to Mars in a decade or so.
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- Nope. Nasa is performing some rigorous testing of the new Mars rover Curiosity, or MSL as it is called. The new rover, as the name suggests, will be able to gather and analyze more information as it weighs four times more and is about twice as big as the previous two rovers Spirit and Opportunity which landed on the surface of Mars back in 2004.
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