Tag Mac OS X

Roundup of Swiss Companies Writing Mac Apps

A lot has been said and done about the iPhone, but there’s much more to Cocoa and Objective-C than our beloved pocket device. During a chat session with Stefan Fürst from Media Atelier we put together a quick list of significant Mac applications created in Switzerland (and southern Germany), and indeed the list (in no […]

iPhone and Mac OS X Developer Conference Roundup

Here’s a quick review of the most important iPhone and Mac OS X developer conferences I’ve found on the web (in no particular order). Definitely, there’s no shortage of conferences when you need information about the latest Cocoa, Mac OS X and iPhone technologies; check this out! Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference or WWDC, held every […]

Article on SonntagsZeitung

Der Programmierer Adrian Kosmaczewski aus Lausanne arbeitet bereits seit knapp drei Monaten mit einer Vorabversion des Betriebssystems. Sein Urteil fällt eindeutig aus: “Ich bin sehr beeindruckt und empfehle dieses Upgrade jedem Mac-Nutzer”. “Flinker Schneeleopard”, article published on the SonntagsZeitung (download PDF scan of the article).

Mention on Matt Gemmell’s Blog

Hmm. It’s taken 4 years for me to realise that iCal Birthday Shifter shares an acronym with Irritable Bowel Syndrome. In any case, this minor update is for the former, fixing a crasher with nil-titled calendars (usually Groups; thanks to Adrian Kosmaczewski for the heads-up) and now ordering the calendars the same way as iCal […]