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SPN interviews Andy Peters of Ninth Division

Omaha August 13, 2009 by Aaron Onken

0813_NinthDivisionAfter an article about local iPhone developers appeared in the Omaha World Herald's Money section recently, I decided to follow up with the two individuals mentioned.

Earlier this week, we heard from Omaha-based iPhone developer, Hasani Hunter. I also had the chance to catch up with Andy Peters of Ninth Division in his own backyard. As it turns out, Andy started out in much the same way that Hasani did: with a corporate gig. I asked Andy what it was like changing lifestyles like that, and also about who inspired him in his work. I have to admit that I was intrigued by his answer.

Listen to what Andy has to say, then comment on who inspires you in your work below.

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Awesome interview Andy!! So very "Zen like" with the trees and birds chirping.. You seem at peace while developing iPhone apps!!!

Aug 13, 2009 at 06:22 AM
Ari Rose

I thought your band allegory was very insightful. I've felt the same way about establishing such a business ethos, but never expressed it with such clarity!

Aug 14, 2009 at 12:29 PM

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