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September 19, 2002
(This post is from my old, old, super old site. My views have changed over the years, hopefully my writing has improved, and there is now more than a handful of folks reading my site. Enjoy.)

So today I decided I needed more focus on what I was working on so I unsubscribed from a couple of mailing lists that I frequent. The first couple were AppleScript lists- I had joined those because I wrote a REALbasic plugin at one point that compiled and executed scripts at runtime, which seemed like a handy thing to do at one point. I never read the lists anymore, it's just delete-delete-delete, so it seemed like a logical thing to just sign off of it...

The other lists that I got off of were REALbasic lists. I'm not really doing any more more REALbasic programming, and my interest has sort of waned off a bit. After doing Cocoa programming for the past couple of months in my spare time I've realized that I don't really care that much to do any more RB programming... coding in Cocoa is so much more fun. Apps writen in it just seem... better. I can't really put my finger on it, but they just seem more fluid.

Granted, Cocoa has a much steeper learning curve, but as far as I'm concerned it's worth it. <A href=>Objective-C rules. At some point I'll be as fluid in Cocoa as I am in RB, but that day isn't today.

I don't think it'll be tomorrow either, but maybe by next Wednesday.