A Windows Developer Goes to Macworld

That’s right, despite being a Windows developer since the early 1990’s, I’m headed to Macworld.  No, I’m not dropping Windows (at least not yet), but I do want to shake myself up a bit by hanging out with "the other side" for a while. 

If you’re also at Macworld, you should be able to spot me without much trouble – I’ll be one of few people there huddled over a Dell laptop.

PS: I’m going to throw a hissy fit if I don’t come home with an iPhone SDK.

7 thoughts on “A Windows Developer Goes to Macworld

  1. Careful….If they detect you haven’t drank all the Kool-Aid, I imagine a scene out of Invasion of the Body Snatchers occuring…
    Though I am still asking OSX fans to show me the killer OSX app of something I can only do on OSX that isn’t some specialized function (IE video editing)…so maybe you will write that :)
    It just seems to me a fancy way to do less, but at least make it look good…
    I want to believe :)

  2. I hope you’re not disappointed. I thought the public iPhone SDK release was sometime in February. Unless you mean to get early access, which is cool.
    I got my wife a MacBook for Christmas and I’ve had a blast setting the thing up and playing around on it. I just installed NetNewsWire last night and was definitely impressed. I could see myself with one before the year is out.
    Can Delphi code run on a Mac? Excuse my ignorance if that is a silly question.

  3. Nick- you have been busy! Remember me? Kari? Did you know I worked for Apple for a year! Get in touch! Of course I could spend hours on the virtues of OSX and such. . .

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