Archive for January, 2010


Tuesday, January 19th, 2010

Ask almost any indie Mac developer what the best thing about developing for the Mac is and they’ll tell you it’s the community of developers. I’ve found this to be the case ever since I started developing MemoryMiner back in 2005. In fact, there was a guy who named Justin Williams who early on gave […]

MemoryMiner 2.0.5 Now Released

Tuesday, January 12th, 2010

Whenever you make a major release of software, you always worry that there will be bugs that weren’t found during testing. I’ve shipped enough software on enough platforms to know that there will always be problems that appear after you ship. This said, I’m happy to announce that version 2.0.5 is now available. It offers […]