Software development trends

Discussion in 'Mac Programming' started by alkashif, Apr 13, 2006.

  1. macrumors newbie

    Dear MAC forum members,

    i am conducting a study on software development and the use of software design patterns , particularly when used within the scope of integrating applications.

    It would be great to have views from MAC developers.
    I have to admit that I am not a MAC user and know little about development in MAC environment, but the questioniare can be filled by large audience within programming /development.

    if you are hapy to help , the questioaire is at
    ( take approx 5 min)

  2. Guest


    It's not MAC - it's not capitalised. MAC and Mac are two different things. One's an inherent property of a network adapter. The other is a type of computer.
  3. macrumors newbie

    So sorry for being short sighted on that .

    Please ignore if the original post is not relevant.
  4. weg
    macrumors 6502a


    Or, of course, a hamburger, since the correct name of a the computer line would be Apple Macintosh.

    Or, in other words: Stop being so picky. The posting was not ambiguous, everybody knew what "MAC" was supposed to denote.

    Or, in even other words: Jehova, Jehova!
  5. Guest


    If we're being pedants then the hamburger isn't capitalised either...also it's prefixed by the word 'Big'
    And Jehovah has an 'H'.

    The moral of the story is 'Don't try and outdo a pedant who's an expert at it' ;)
  6. weg
    macrumors 6502a


    The context was: "The other is a type of computer." - "Or, a hamburger".
    As for Jehova: You win. But I didn't try to be a pendant. I just wanted to make clear that this MAC/Mac thing is ridiculous.

    MAC MAC!

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