We just added a new podcast on RailsLab. In part 1 of this in-depth interview, Lior Shiff, CEO and Founder of Product Madness, discusses developing Facebook and MySpace apps. The company has created a number of popular games and casual applications, most of them built on Rails. Lior discusses the challenges and rewards that developers experience when creating social applications in dynamic, ever-changing environments. But as Lior likes to point out, each change is also an opportunity. He also gives insight into the technical differences of creating games on different host platforms. Listen to the podcast to find out more and stay tuned for part 2 next week.
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