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Mac DevCenter


Run with the Mac Pack!
Malamute.

Session

Multi-lingual Mac Programming
Brook Conner, NYU

Track: Programming
Date: Thursday, October 03
Time: 11:30am - 12:15pm
Location: Bayshore

With Darwin under the hood, Mac OS X supports a huge diversity of programming languages. Brook Conner surveys both the usual suspects supported by Apple (Java, Objective-C, AppleScript), and those popular with the Unix crowd (Perl, Python, csh). Conner also unearths hidden gems, such as REALbasic, Haskell, Eiffel, Ruby, and Squeak. Conner shows how Mac developers can make the best use of the most appropriate tool for the problem being solved.


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