Friday, May 18, 2007
I'm heading down to San Francisco for the Apple Developer (WWDC) conference in just over three weeks. I'm really looking forward to geeking out for a week.
In my dreams, Steve Jobs will reveal an iPhone SDK, uber-thin portable Macs with touch screens, and secret Leopard features that are so great they will double the Mac market share (not to mention free iPhones for all attendees Oprah style)... I guess we'll have to wait and see.
One the sessions that I am most looking forward to is Developing Web Sites for iPhone:
iPhone completely redefines browser-based web access on a mobile phone. Learn iPhone best practices for ensuring optimal web development of your existing website, or hosted web application. Join the iPhone Safari and WebKit browser development teams as they share the latest techniques on mobile browser-based user experience design and development.
Of course I've got my schedule packed with Cocoa and Graphics sessions too. Hopefully I can figure out the kosher way to do some of the things I have hacked together for T2 (because there is little documentation of the new Leopard features at this point).
If any of you are going to be there, let's hook up for a meal or a something. I'd love to meet some new folks in the Apple universe. Let me know.
Monday, May 14, 2007
One of this blog's readers just reminded me that this week is the second anniversary of the release of Bee Docs' Timeline. I was just reviewing the statistics and saw that we sold more licenses this past year than the first year. Thank you to everyone who has helped to make it a continued success by telling your friends about Timeline and by sending valuable feedback and suggestions.
By request, I have reactivated the ANNIVERSARY coupon code which you can use through the end of the month to save 25% off any Timeline order.