Recent Articles By John C. Welch [RSS]
Apple’s sandboxing requirements are a fact of life for developers hoping to sell their apps through the Mac App Store, and that has some developers — as well as end users — crying foul. On the other side there’s John C. Welch from Angry Mac Bastards, and he thinks thinks it’s time for developers and users to man-up and accept the good sandboxing brings to the Mac.
C4 conference organizer Jonathan Rentzsch decided to mothball the event over Apple’s decision to block iPhone and iPad developers from using certain third-party tools to design their apps. John Welch takes a look at Mr. Rentzsch’s reasoning behind killing the conference for Mac developers and offers up his own take on the demise of the event.
With all the press about how Macworld Conference & Expo 2010 was going to be a death march, the last gasp of a once great show, adrift without Apple's glory shining down upon us all, a funny thing happened: the show didn't suck.