Steve Scott of Late Night Cocoa has started a new podcast targeted specifically at Macintosh Developers. One of the first episodes on this podcast is a roundtable of developers with several very well known developers starting with Daniel Jalkut, Uli Kusterer and Fraser Spiers along with myself.
Today marks the first semi-public release of iWeb Buddy, a new application that I have been developing for the past few months. Unlike seSales or applications developed as a consultant, this development cycle has been a blur of activity.
Today is the day that most Mac users have been looking forward to for over a year. Ever since Steve Jobs got up on stage last August and showed us Leopard for the first time. Ever since that first peak almost all Mac users and I dare say ALL Mac developers have been looking forward to this release. Unfortunately, today is also a day that Mac developers are going to be scrambling like rats on a burning ship. This is because Apple decide to thumb their nose at us.
Things are starting to speed up on the development of Bullfrog 2 previously mentioned here. In our continuing disclosure about the development process, Jon Trainer has written a very informative article on how the actors are configured.
I mentioned before that I am working with Jon Trainer of Outer Level to write Bullfrog 2 for OS X. This development effort will be targeted at the as of yet unreleased OS X 10.5 Leopard. We also promised to blog about the development as it moved forward. Unfortunately not everything has been roses.