Details of Episodes 9 and 10 Announced

Episode 9: NSResponder
with author of "Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X" Aaron Hillegass of Big Nerd Ranch.
Release Date : 15th March 2007

Episode 10: Memory Issues
with Uli Kusterer
Release Date: 22nd March 2007

Details

Episode 9: "There are some simple ideas that lead to much of the elegance of Cocoa. NSResponder and the responder chain is one of these. NSResponder deals with handling events, nil-targeted actions, and reporting errors. We will discuss this mechanism with Aaron Hillegass of Big Nerd Ranch.

Release Date: 15th March 2007

Episode 10: Uli Kusterer explains memory, and talks about pointers, memory ownership, how Cocoa makes memory management easier, and how to detect and debug memory smashers and other hard-to-track-down memory issues.

Release Date: 22nd March 2007

Comments

The title of Episode 9

should be NSResponder. I see you have it spelled correctly on the right sidebar, so it seems to be just a typo in the announcement title.

Feel free to erase this post after you have fixed the problem. I wanted to e-mail you privately, but I could not find a way to do that.

Thanks

Dave

Thanks

Thanks for pointing it out, now fixed

These two look to be pretty

These two look to be pretty promising, important episodes. Please ask Mr. Hillegass about an updated and expanded version of The Book for the impending 10.5 release.

Yes, please do.

I am very courious about the next revision of the book. I want to buy it, but I'd prefer to have an updated book with all the Leopard goodies. God knows there's plenty of that, especially relating to garbage collection and properties.

By the way, you didn't talk about the funding needs of the podcast (or did I miss it?). You said that you'll discuss it in this week's episode.

thanks,

Oded S.

Book Question

That question is on the list , watch this space ;-)

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