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March 21, 2005
(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.)

Monday, March 21st, 2005

Here's a little thought that just crossed my mind... If Apple does in fact release Tiger before this year's WWDC, attendees will most likely be able to talk about what they are learning in the sessions for once. That'll be great.

I remember two years ago when I wasn't at WWDC and Apple came out with objective-c bindings. I knew something really cool was brought out because people were dropping hints on their websites and the mailing lists... but I had no idea what it was. And it was driving me nuts.

Thankfully we'll all be spared that this year. Both the urge to know what can't be talked about, and the urge to tell what can't be talked about.

-- posted 1:01 pm

The 2005 WWDC session descriptions are up.

And QTKit (Cocoa->Quicktime goodness) is mentioned publicly. "Advanced Document-based Application Techniques" looks interesting as well, I'll have to check that one out. Only 75 days to go.

-- posted 11:00 am

Seasonality from Gaucho Software. "Weather taken to the next level."

-- posted 10:57 am