Dan Wood is co-owner of Karelia Software, creating programs for the Macintosh computer. He is the father of two kids, lives in the Bay Area of California USA, and prefers bicycles to cars. This site is his older weblog, which mostly covers geeky topics like Macs and Mac Programming. Go visit the current blog here.
Useful Tidbits and Egotistical Musings from Dan Wood
It was really fun. I have gone to a meeting here and there; we even presented Sandvox at a special meeting at the Apple Store in San Francisco during last year's Macworld Expo. But this gave me a chance to get really technical, talking about some of the design decisions we made for Sandvox, our use of open source, some client/server techniques we've used for bug reporting and payment, and so forth.
The meeting really inspired me to start blogging about some of this here. I've been in hiding for the last few months while we've hunkered down for this last release of Sandvox, but I don't want to stay hunkered down forever! Maybe if I post some interesting stuff here, Scott will list this blog, or at least the Cocoa section of it, on CocoaBlogs!