Ah, the rumors of Mike's Cocoa column death are indeed premature. Mike has continued to meet his deadlines and provide us with solid tutorials.
I, on the other hand, the evil managing editor, have noticed a decline in traffic for our beloved Cocoa column. So, instead of running the articles every two weeks as before, I've slowed down the pace a bit.
But, I've also looked for ways to augment Mike's column with Cocoa-related content. And later this week you'll get a peek at what I mean.
On Friday, Nov. 30, not only are we going to run the next installment of Mike's column, but we're running a second article introducing F-Script, a terrific tool that makes Cocoa programming easier. I have three articles in that series that will run on the same days as Mike's columns.
I'm hoping that this approach will rekindle some of the original interest we had in the Cocoa series. Because between you and me, this is one of the most important developer topics related to Mac OS X.
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