Monthly Archives: November 2006

Insanely transparent …

You can just see Steve Jobs stroking a white cat and telling engineers to make products “insanely transparent”, can’t you? [link] (It’s actually an article about keyboards, but worth reading anyway)

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Writing Unit tests for Cocoa

I realized something interesting today. I use unit testing to (hopefully) improve the quality of my code. With Java I use JUnit. With native Mac stuff I use OCUnit. One really clever thing about OCUnit that I realized today is … Continue reading

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IP PBX delivered on an iPod?

“We have put our complete IP PBX on it [the iPod Shuffle]”, says Dr. Harry Behrens, Managing Director of 4S newcom. “It is so compact that even on the smallest iPod Shuffle (512 MB) enough room is left for 4 … Continue reading

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