October 27, 2003

At the Mac OS X Conference

OK, so I'm off at the Mac OS X Conferences. First up has been a class on using Extreme Programming for doing Java programming on Mac OS X. So far, it's been interesting; talking about how to use XP to code, building test cases, etc. I'm doing pair programming with one of the project managers of the Java builders at Apple -- which is cool, as he's built applescripts & sample projects for Ant cases.

Fun all around.

Also, my class has suddenly become *very* interesting, as the "beta" software just made it into 10.3... so now, I've got to test everything over there.

Some days, it doesn't pay to not be on the bleeding edge.

Posted by Ted Stevko at October 27, 2003 01:30 PM | TrackBack