Paul Thurott looks at Leopard and sums up Apple’s Vista envy quite nicely

I kinda hinted at how lame the Vista bashing was in my first post about the WWDC. Well, Paul Thurott basically says everything I would have to say quite nicely here in his OSX Leopard preview. I can’t wait until certain other features are able to be talked about because it’ll be really fun to […]

WWDC Day 2: Apple playing catch-up in technology

So, I can’t talk about anything that isn’t already on the web because, unlike a PDC, everything you learn at WWDC is considered private. What I can say is that while OSX is undeniably kicking XP’s ass and probably going to still come out on top of Vista in terms of user experiece, they sure […]

Objective-C, object communication patterns and the Cocoa API

Yes, another Mac post. Is this nuts or what? 🙂 Anyway, I’ve been doing more work with Obj-C and the Cocoa APIs. Specifically I’ve been figuring out how to use NSAlert (the equivalent of MessageBox in WinForms) and also how to work with their networking APIs to do things like GET and POST. While these […]

I’m going to AWWDC

What… you don’t know what AWWDC is? Well, make sure you’re sitting down because this may come as a shock. It’s the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference. *insert record scratching/squealing tires sound here* Seeing as how I’m like Mr. Microsoft when it comes to software the most common reaction to this is probably “Woahhhhhhhhhhh, what the…?!?” Well… […]