I know it's been some time since I've made a blog post, but you have to understand, I've been REALLY busy with this iPhone stuff. Plus I moved to the 'big city' (Downtown Toronto).
I've been learning a lot at the new job. I've done a lot of different kinds of iPhone apps, and there has been a significant amount of API building (on my part) due to my web experience. That's kind of fun and interesting. Though, I was hoping to learn more about different types of mobile development.
That is one thing I've learned about mobile development. There is a bit of a longer turn around from feature request to feature build to feature test to feature delivery. Then once the feature is delivered, the client will no doubt have small issues with the way it turns out, so you need to repeat the process all over again. With web work, it's rather instant. Client asks for something, you can probably code it on the spot, and then the client can see it right away on the staging server.