Late Night Cocoa interviews Scott Stevenson about whats new in Cocoa
December 7, 2007 in iOS Development
[prMac.com] Tetbury, United Kingdom - December 7, 2007 - Late Night Cocoa (LNC) is a twice monthly podcast, intended to help Cocoa developers improve their Cocoa skills and to help experienced developers move to Cocoa. Each episode includes an interview with a top developer who shares his experience and know how, with special emphasis on a specific area or topic useful to Cocoa developers.
In this episode (24), host Steve Scott (Scotty) interviews Scott Stevenson from Cocoa Dev Central about what's new in the Cocoa frameworks shipped with Leopard. They discuss 64-bit support, new views and view support classes, Core Data, Core Animation, Image Support, Objective-C 2.0 as well as a number if other changes in the Cocoa frameworks.
Late Night Cocoa (LNC) is published by The Mac Developer Network on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month. An archive of Episode 24 is available for downloading and listening convenience so users can tune in any time. All episodes can be found on iTunes under the Podcasts/Technology/Software How-To section.
The Mac Developer Network (MDN) is a new website providing developer focused Podcasts, Screencasts articles and tutorials for Mac Developers. The Mac Developer Network (MDN) is hoping to become Mac developers first port of call for all things to do with Mac Development.
Based in Tetbury, United Kingdom, The Mac Developer Network was founded in 2007 by Steve Scott. Since joining the software industry in 1987, Steve has worked as a developer, trainer and consultant in the British Isles, Europe, Asia and the US. Steve has written many articles for developer websites and magazines as well as featured as a guest speaker at developer conferences in the Uk, Europe and USA. The Mac Developer Network (MDN) is an effort to help promote the development of application to run on Apples OS X operating system. Apple, the Apple logo and OS X, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.
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