Archive for March, 2008

Stupid Pet Tricks with iPhone?

Tuesday, March 18th, 2008

I was invited back to participate in a roundtable discussion on the MacSB podcast. We talked about WWDC, the iPhone SDK, and the general stuff of being an indie Mac developer. I love doing these things, because the conversation always sparks ideas, and the participants are a great bunch of guys. I’ve been pretty heads […]

MacSB Podcast

Saturday, March 15th, 2008

Soon after the first MemoryMiner beta shipped, I was introduced to MacSB, a special interest group of indie Mac developers. Through this group, I’ve gotten tons of great advice, and met a number of really interesting folks. If you’re developing for the Mac, you need to be a part of MacSB Last week, I participated […]

In Sunny Provo, UT

Wednesday, March 12th, 2008

I’m in Provo at the Family Search Developer Conference being held at Brigham Young University. I’d never been to BYU before: what a stunning campus location, at the base of some serious mountains. While many avid genealogists already use MemoryMiner, I predict that the integration work we’re doing now will not only bring more genealogists […]

Live from Sunny Nice: Version 1.1 for Windows!

Sunday, March 9th, 2008

When MemoryMiner for Windows was released last November, it was a huge deal for us. As with any 1.0 release, one always wishes one had more time to tweak this or that before shipping the very first version of something that you’ve been working on for a long time. With this thought in mind, we […]

Version 1.85 for Mac Out the Door!

Sunday, March 9th, 2008

I recently posted about some work I did in creating a mechanism for automatic keyword to people/place mapping in MemoryMiner. I’m happy to report that the fruits of this collaborative work with a German user named Marco is now available. He had written to us earlier and essentially said “I love your product, but before […]