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Comment: Documentation and Wiki (Score 2) 260

by Tibor the Hun (#36335316) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Uses For a Small Office Server?

Firstly, (and most importantly) read the documentation: http://www.apple.com/server/macosx/resources/documentation.html

Secondly, you can set up a wiki server pretty easily. It is extremely useful for self-help and internal process documentation. Easy to add videos, screenshots and keep the documentation up to date.

Thirdly, if you don't have an office collaboration server, you can also run your own Jabber server.

Both Wiki and Jabber services have their own documentation at the aforementioned link.

Comment: Re:Biggest problem with iOS development (Score 1, Flamebait) 191

by Tibor the Hun (#35985114) Attached to: Developers: MS Hopes To Lure iOS Apps With API Mapping Tool

Android development doesn't require you to buy hardware?

Awesome, do they recommend you use punch cards, or do you compile your code in the public library?

Purchasing a used Mac mini for $500 to get access to world's largest mobile app store really is an unsurmountable barrier, that only the mightiest of giants can overcome.

Comment: Good for Them (Score 2) 245

by Tibor the Hun (#34581174) Attached to: Microsoft Is Releasing an H.264 Plugin For Firefox

They are either realizing that either:
1. they are becoming increasingly irrelevant on the desktop as people are using mobile devices more and more for their needs (iPad/Android for email and facebook)(and Apple computer sales have been growing handsomely), and therefore need to compete for customers for the first time in 20 years, or
2. it is a good opportunity for them to pull the old Embrace, Extend, Extinguish.

Only time will tell.
Now, off to RTFA.

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