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Hey,
A friend of mine offered me to work for their company as a freelance iPhone developer.
Recently, I was thinking to surf the world of this new wave (iPhone/iPad)
The problem is I'm a long time Java guy and until recently, I'm using Groovy and Scala.
Working for iPhone looks daunting thing to me: Objective-C, Core API, Data API, Animation API and God knows what else.
Do you suggest to give it a shoot?
If I will do iPhone development for them? how to calculate the cost of working?
Thanks.
 
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