When newcomers to programming on the Mac ask me for advice about getting started with Cocoa, I usually boil it down to three steps, depending on the amount of time and money they are prepared to put into the task: If you’re the slightest bit curious, buy Mark Dalrymple and Scott Knaster’s affordable book, Learn […]
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My buddy and podcasting cohort Manton Reece has announced the release of Wii Transfer 2.6. His application is apparently a very cool means of interfacing content from your Mac over to your Nintendo Wii. I wish I had more hands-on experience, but unfortunately I do not yet have a Wii of my own to play […]
Manton and I are still at it. We’ve heard the feedback, some of it lukewarm, some of it intentionally discouraging, but most of it extremely enthusiastic. We’re proud to announce the immediate availability of episode 3, where we talk about WWDC, MobileMe, iPhone 3G, and a bunch of relatively unrelated stuff. Check us out!
Manton and I recorded another episode this week, just in time to hopefully give you a little something extra to listen to on the way to WWDC, if that’s where the winds are taking you. In this episode we talk a bit about travel and how we keep up on our indie business commitments on […]