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Monthly Archives: April 2009
An interesting juxtaposition in the ACCU 2009 schedule put my talk on “adopting MVC in Objective-C and Cocoa” next to Peter Sommerlad’s talk on “Design patterns with modern C++”. So the subject matter in each case was fairly similar, but … Continue reading
The annotated presentation slides are now available to download in Keynote ’08 format! Sorry you couldn’t make it, and I hope the slides are a reasonable proxy for the real thing.
When I said Apple should buy Sun, whether that was a good idea or not, it seems to have failed to occur. Instead, we find that Oracle have done the necessary. Well, there goes my already-outdated SUNW tag. Presumably they’ll … Continue reading
After my presentation at NSConference there was a discussion of default settings for the login keychain. I mentioned that I had previously recommended some keychain configuration changes including using a different password than your login password. Default behaviour is that … Continue reading