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Monthly Archives: June 2007
A bit late for that, isn’t it?
Just won the above-linkied item on eBay: the Amiga SDK :-) I’m probably slightly late to make any money out of Amiga development, but I’m glad I finally get to tinker. Might have to crack open the AROS if I … Continue reading
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Apple and Google sitting in a tree, f-i-g-h…erm…t-i-ng
This really came out of a throwaway comment I made on Daniel, but it seems popular to pick apart every last iota of Steveness from the WWDC keynote, and I’m nothing if not popular. So here we go. What is … Continue reading
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Maybe it’s just me who gets annoyed by teeny-tiny miniaturised views which are completely illegible. Even so, I’ve just uploaded an article I wrote on Miniwindows which can be used in any OpenStep implementation such as Cocoa or GNUstep. It’s … Continue reading
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There has been some cat-escaping-bagness, which is mainly my fault, but now that it’s all official I’m going to ‘announce’ it myself: I’ve got a new job! From the end of July, I’ll be working at Sophos as Senior Software … Continue reading
Posted in cocoa, personal 3 Comments