ROCHESTER, New York -- May 15, 2012 -- El Presidente, Andrew Welch was recently on New Zealand's longest running technology podcast 'Boys of Tech' talking about the challenges of developing WireTap Studio and other Mac software titles under ever-changing OS environments.
To listen to the podcast please click on the link below:
Ambrosia Software, Inc. wishes to express their collective condolences and sadness at the passing of Steve Jobs. You were indeed one of a kind, sir.
Steve Jobs thought different, and changed the world. Rest in peace.
ROCHESTER, New York -- December 15, 2009 -- Like any good journalist, photographer Will Yurman decided to follow up on a little story he had photographed for Rochester's newspaper "Democrat and Chronicle". His original photo capturing the fresh young face of a programmer, and the start of a new local business. This person in the photograph: Andrew Welch. The date: December 15th, 1993.
Exactly 16 years later, the same photographer returned, this time armed with better equipment to see how well this programmer and his little company called "Ambrosia Software" were doing. Pleasantly surprised to see that like that programmer, the software company had too grown into something much more distinguished. This time Will's lens managed to capture nearly all it's crew in a full 360 degrees!
Please click the link below and check out the "Round Rochester" section to see the faces of the crew that work so hard to bring you award winning products and services! The audio is from Andrew Welch and the PR Guru John Champlin.
ROCHESTER, New York -- April 8, 2009 -- You would have to have been on a deserted island, under a rock, on Mars, to avoid hearing about The MacHeist sales bundle that ended this past week.
Products such as our own WireTap Studio and Multiwinia, as well as a dozen other great titles from distinguished Mac software companies were found in this year's bundle, propelling MacHeist unit sales up over 88,000, and raising $850,000 for charity!
This is our second experience with MacHeist, and our el presidente Andrew Welch was recently interviewed at Wired Magazine's Blog about the MacHeist phenomenon, its impact on Mac developers and our software user community.
ROCHESTER, New York -- January 27, 2009 -- It's always fun to hear from fans of Ambrosia, but there is a bit of excitement when we hear from folks on the other side of the globe. From Aquaria to WireTap Studio, we've worked with our users from every continent (and yes, we actually spoke to a researcher on Antarctica who needed help setting up EV Nova before winter "really set in"). Most recently we were contacted by Mackorisnik.com, a Mac publication from Croatia, wanting to talk about all things Mac, and specifically about Ambrosia's experience as a 15-year veteran Apple developer.
The article is in Croatian, but Roberta Barbaric, who happens to be a big fan of our classic style shooter Apeiron X, also offers the English translation to the question and answer section at the end. Scroll down to the bottom of the page, the text is in blue.
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