I’m Kevin Mitchell and I’m an independent Macintosh software developer. I’ve been programming on Macintosh since about 1986, maybe a little earlier.
In 1987, I started work on the program that would eventually become GIFConverter. GIFConverter was quite successful, and it was gratifying to produce something that so many people found useful. But for all those years, I did business under my own name.
As I started looking at new projects to work on, I decided it was time to have one of those cool adjective-noun names like other Mac indie devs.
So after over 20 years of independent Macintosh software development, the business finally has a name: Dashing Falcon. My goal: To deliver useful and fun products for Mac and iPhone with the agility that only a small company can have.