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Welcome to Snow Leopard!

Last week, Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard was released! Snow Leopard represents a lot of hard work by a lot of folks at Apple and at seeded third-party developers, and it really shows. Now that it’s shipped, I can actually talk about some of the especially cool things this release has for developers.

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Five years!

As of today, I’ve been with Apple for five years, working on developer tools. It’s been great and I look forward to many more years of improving the experience for people creating great Mac and iPhone software!

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WWDC 2008

The time is upon us once again — WWDC time! As I have the past few years, I’ll be in San Francisco all week, staying at the Hotel Kabuki in Japantown. And of course, I’ll be around the conference all week — especially in the labs. Come by and say hi, and I’ll be happy […]

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Down the Rabbit Hole: Four Years On

Today was my four year anniversary working on developer tools at Apple. No regrets about taking the red pill here!

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Xcode: Configurations

In case anyone hasn’t noticed, Xcode 2.1 shipped at WWDC on Monday. It includes a whole slew of new features. First and foremost is, of course, Intel support. Lots of people have said a whole lot about this so I won’t repeat it here. The new feature that will have the most significant and immediate […]

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WWDC 2005 Wrap-Up

WWDC 2005 is over, and damn was it a great week! Apple made some incredible announcements and shipped some incredible software, I got to see lots of old friends and make a lot of new ones, and I got to talk to lots of developers about things that I’m passionate about: Core Data, unit testing, […]

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