More coders look to hit it big in the app economy

11/19/2012 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

The mobile revolution is giving rise to a small army of do-it-yourself application developers who are banking on one of their creations becoming a top seller. Statistics show the number of computer software engineers is on the rise -- totaling more than a million in 2010 -- but few are able to leverage their skills into a successful freelance business. It's easy to see the lure: Apple has paid freelance coders more than $6.5 billion in royalties since 2008, and the company now has 275,000 registered developers.

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