Professional iOS Development as a Backup Career [closed]
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Published on 2012-11-08T03:55:57Z Indexed on 2012/11/08 11:22 UTC
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I am a research chemist by day and I am a self-taught hobbyist iOS programmer by night. I am in the process of developing a moderately complex iOS app and hope to launch it within a month or two. I love everything about iOS development (and programming in general).
I want to know if iOS development could become a backup career for me if I loose my job.
My question: Let's say I had a couple of apps in the app store, a solid foundation in objective-C and the apple frameworks and basic knowledge on network integrated apps. Without a formal CS degree, what other experience/knowledge would I need to land a job as a professional iOS developer?
Forgive me if this question is out of bounds for this forum. If it is, suggestions on where to post such a question would be appreciated.
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