My friend is applying for programming jobs (recent comp sci grad), and one he's applying to is for OS X (or could be iOS; all he said was "Apple"). He's asked to borrow my MBP since he doesn't have one. The machine in question is a mid-2009 13" MBP 2.26ghz with 8gb RAM, a newer 500gb HDD, and running 10.6.8. It's currently not in use because the SATA cable is fried. I'll be taking it in Saturday to the Apple store to get it working again or ordering the cable on Amazon and doing myself. I have a late-2013 rMBP but I need it for my school work. I was just wondering if my old MBP will suffice for two weeks to help my friend get this job and what will need to be on it for him to program. I'm not a developer and have none of those tools installed. Also, is Snow Leopard sufficient? Thanks for your help! Any suggestions you can pass on to a fellow programmer would be helpful, I'm sure. He mostly works in Linux and Windows, I believe.