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While he has no specific knowledge of how Apple and Facebook engaged with the development community when they rolled out their respective social networking and platform monetization solutions, DeLoura says smart companies still allow their developers to maintain RS Gold some control over what aspects of the new feature sets they choose to integrate. Platform holders "don't want to squash someone if later they decide to come out with their own kit" for a given feature, he says.For example, when PlayStation 3 integrated a lot of similar functionality to what developers once gained from GameSpy's online SDK, DeLoura, who has worked with Sony, says the company aimed to ensure there was still room for GameSpy. "There was still a huge opportunity for those guys to have a business -- they were just able to focus on the fundamentals less and do more advanced features.""It's an intricate problem," he muses. And concluding, he declined to discuss in depth about his brief time with Google other than to reiterate what he already said on exiting the job: that it wasn't a "Runescape Gold perfect fit". But speaking to DeLoura, it's evident in his enthusiastic tone that the complications and needs of developers in a rapidly-evolving landscape are a beloved area for him -- and it's likely he'll continue pursuing opportunities that allow him to address this space in a way that makes him feel effective.


 

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