Linked by Jared White on Wed 7th May 2003 07:13 UTC
General Development Welcome back to Part 2 of Cocoa 101: Object-Oriented Programming for the Masses! I received a lot of great feedback on my previous article, and I'm looking forward to sharing with you once again what I've learned about Cocoa and the Objective-C language. If you missed Part 1 of this tutorial, read it here.
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All very good
by Sean on Wed 7th May 2003 13:25 UTC

But when do we get into the chocolate theory behind cocoa?:)

And what about milk to mix ratio?:)

More seriously, it is nice to see someone writing about the great programming enviroment that Cocoa/OPENSTEP/GNUStep provide. Hopefully it will get a lot of Linux people interested in it since it would give Linux an edge over Windows in ease of programming and quality of programs, not to mention the fact that it would solve a lot of the compatibility across distros problems that can be seen today. Just think, no more package management problems and programs that have more consistant and user friendly interfaces than anything that Windows has to offer.