Developer vows to write an app a day

If you think you're a hot-shot developer, check out Dana Hanna.

The self-described "Software Jedi" has come up with the outrageous goal of writing an application every day for 30 days straight, starting Friday. Hanna will chronicle his progress on his blog, appropriately named "An App A Day," where he's considering a Webcam or screen broadcast to prove his work.

"May the world benefit from the purposeful destruction of my personal life," he selflessly proclaims on the blog. Hanna does, however, have an important request: Ideas. So if you have one, write to him at ideas@anappaday.com.

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