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1.11) Are there any good Mac programming magazines?




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This article is from the Mac Programming FAQ, by Jon Watte h+@austin.metrowerks.com with numerous contributions by others.

1.11) Are there any good Mac programming magazines?

One Mac programming magazine I know of is MacTech Magazine (formerly
MacTutor). It covers a variety of Mac programming topics on various
levels. Operating independently from Apple, it has a lot of stuff for
the beginning Mac programmer, as well as occasional nuggets for the more
experienced of us. <custservice@xplain.com>

Another VERY GOOD Magazine is _develop_ which is put out by Apple four
times a year; it comes with a CD containing code for all articles ever
published in _develop_, and a lot of documentation and system software
freebies as well. $30/year in the US. <dev.subs@applelink.apple.com>

 

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