Yes, that’s right, in two years if you buy the $599 iPhone with the $99 monthly payment plan. I was telling my co-worker, if iPhone came out 10 years ago, I would have gotten it in a heartbeat without doing the math. With the cost of living in here in the states, I don’t see the cost justifying the need for an iPhone. Don’t get me wrong, I love Apple products, I switched back in 2004 and my loyal 12″ powerbook is still chugging along really well.
It's been another long while since my last post, I just thought I'd publish something about the recent things I'm working on. I'm currently reading about WCF and it's applications to the day to day projects/task I'm working on. A colleague of mine once told me that WCF is nothing but enhanced web services and remoting with a unified API. It's too early to tell but it seems like WCF has been part of the .Net 2.0 when it first came out, it just hasn't been branded WCF yet. I remember I have already used channels and bindings even before the whole documentation about WCF came about. I'll add more to this later. It's late and I have to get up early tomorrow.