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Blog Archive for editor during June 2003

The idea of the MacHack conference - 48 hours of talking and coding, with an emphasis on doing clever but useless things with code - seems like it would cater exclusively to platform-specific Mac coders. But instead, Java has been a big part of this conference. Ken Arnold's delightful keynote started with principles of good design, both of end-user applications and of API's offered to other...