MacVoices #890: WWDC Report from John Grzeskowiak of RadTech and Mac Developer Boris Klaydman of CocoaCast

John Grzeskowiak of RadTech and independent Mac developer Boris Klaydman, host of CocoaCast, are in San Francisco for Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, and report in after a day that included attending Steve Jobs’ keynote and interacting with peers and Apple representatives. While much of what goes on at WWDC is conducted under NDA, John and Boris share what they can, including their reactions to the iPhone 2.0 and MobileMe announcements.

John Grzeskowiak

Boris Klaydman

The gap between iPhone 1.0 and 2.0, Apple’s elegant solution to the “one app at a time” problem, the first steps into cloud computing with the MobileMe enhancements, how they fit into a Microsoft Exchange world and what is known about Mac OS X Snow Leopard are all reviewed before John and Boris disappear into the WWDC party scene.


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