I started developing iPhone applications in late 2007. Between then and now, I have worked on various iPhone OS applications for different companies across the globe. As you might have already guessed, iOS is my favorite platform and Objective-C is my favorite programming language. I find that Objective-C helps programmers write clean code and iOS helps developers write user-friendly and useful applications.
I have coded in other programming languages such as Assembly (using NASM and TASM) and Delphi/Pascal for many years, and I still find myself going through disas- sembled Objective-C code to find out which method of doing a certain thing or accomplishing a certain result in Objective-C is better optimized on a certain device and/or operating system.