Displaying items by tag: David M Williams

Wednesday, 09 July 2008 17:25

Write your own iPhone apps for fun and profit

What could be cooler than the brand spanking new 3G Apple iPhone? How about adding your own content to it? Here’s how to begin writing your very own programs for the Jesus phone, replete with flashy effects and pictures. All you need is a Mac and an iPhone. Heck, you don’t even need the iPhone - here’s how to get an iPhone emulator too!
Published in The Linux Distillery
Sunday, 06 July 2008 19:26

Developing for Linux netbooks

Most all readers will be well aware of the ASUS Eee Linux PC. Other vendors now seek to achieve similar success, the latest being Acer’s Linpus device. Yet, a common complaint is that traditional software doesn’t necessarily translate well to the smaller screens. Here’s my tips for developing software for the emerging and widely popular netbook market.
Published in The Linux Distillery
Wednesday, 02 July 2008 11:52

Don't confuse bad Linux support for bad Linux

Anti-Linux evangelists try to level many claims against the free open source operating system Linux. Arguments against the base cost (nothing!) or about the turnaround time to repair security exploits don’t work. But there is one item in the anti-Linux arsenal which often hits hard: lack of support. Here's why it makes good Linux techies groan when they see it.

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