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Friday, June 13, 2008

WWDC day four

Not so many sessions attended today – partly because I’ve reached the limit of what the human physiology can achieve on a diet of coffee and doughnuts. But also due to ducking out of sessions to meet with ex-NeXT guys, ex-Lighthouse guys and ex-colleagues for most of the afternoon. Of course, this was followed by the beer bash, no longer the campus bash which we all know and fondly remember (or at least we all fondly remember queueing for a couple of hours at each end for the coach) but still a good event. Speaking of ex-Lighthouse guys, Wylie and I spent a bit of time putting Sun’s world to rights (essentially, if they were to stop diluting the Java brand, stop pulling themselves in every which way and try to make some money, they might do OK).

So tomorrow is the NeXT meetup at the beginning of lunch, I have a lab appointment at exactly 12 which is a little annoying but I’ll try to make it over. If the G4 cube is the right shape, wrong CPU and Real Men’s Objects use the NX prefix, then come over to the front of the Moscone West after the second session.

posted by Graham Lee at 06:26  

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