All posts for the month November, 2013

I swear I haven’t changed a thing

So I maintain an internal site used by teachers and students all the time. So I also hear a lot of complaints. I can’t blame them, I certainly have my own complaints as well. One of the fascinating things about the development process is that under-the-hood you do need to constantly iterate; you know, tweak […]

Two Predications about the Future of Apple Software

Now that the Mac OS operating system updates are free, and the development cycle for that OS is so stable, I think this is leading to the inevitable conclusion: One day major dot-number OS updates (iOS, and Mac) and iWork updates are going to be automatic, even required. As it is, Apple already enjoys a […]