This is something I’ve struggled with more in the past than I care to remember; it used to not be possible to move an iOS app from one developer account to another one – but this post I’m reading today: http://blog.zaheer.me/2013/06/apps-can-now-be-transferred-from-one.html outlines what you need to do to make it happen!
It sounds totally legit and would have made a world of difference for me while launching a variety of apps in the last year, I’m really glad to see Apple make this move, but just wish I had a time machine so I could take full advantage of it. 🙂
One of the apps our team built for KFOR-TV in Oklahoma City showed up in a video the local newspaper took where a woman who lost her house explained how she survived; turns out she was using 4WarnMe to watch live coverage from KFOR right up until cell service went out.
Pretty wild to have an app we built, make a difference like that:
I had the good fortune to spend the last week at the WordPress VIP Intensive Developer Workshop at the amazing Carneros Inn in the Napa Valley of California.
I’m going to write more soon about the actual workshop, but here are a few photos from the Inn – it’s really a great place and I hope to visit again either for next years conference, or with my family.
Bikes at the Carneros Inn
My cottage for the week
Two empty chairs by the upper pool
Free bikes anyone staying at Carneros Inn can borrow