Spirality's users don't fit into any profile.
Windows Developer Award finalist Mateo Jurisic has joined User Camp.
What Microsoft needs to learn from the new Mac App Store
What developers need to know about Microsoft’s recent affiliate platform transition
What’s up, nerds? It’s me, your inner suit. We’re going to do that thing you always say you want to do: make money.
If you missed User Camp’s #CodeAndCoffee Twitter interview with Microsoft, here it is (all nicely threaded).
It’s time to plan how to get your money’s worth from your $2,500 ticket.
How Helge Keck’s passion for community and commitment to his craft paid off
The WiFi Tool apps for Windows are joining User Camp.
How to pick an app idea that’s guaranteed to make money
We’re growing our Microsoft Store catalog by acquiring apps.
We have two goals: make a good living, and don’t work too hard.
Everything went better than expected.
Appy Text shows how far an app can get with passion and transparency.
Windows is underrepresented on Product Hunt. Let’s change that.
It’s time to stop waiting for Windows Phone to come back.
The Store is the future of Windows, and you’re going to like it.
How we accidentally turned a marketing experiment into thousands of free downloads
How one indie developer succeeded the old-fashioned way in the Microsoft Store
Ombudsman connects the Windows Dev Center to Zapier, unlocking endless possibilities.
If you’re a Store developer, it can be yours too.
Believe it or not, users kind of like the Microsoft Store.
Our Windows app’s launch would have gone even better if we had changed just one thing.
When it comes to marketing to their users, Windows 10 developers have a secret weapon.
If you’re going to sharecrop, pick an enthusiastic landlord.