Tag Archives: mac os x

Even Apple Messes Up Sometimes

You have to respect Apple. They have excellent products that are known worldwide for their quality and ease-of-use. Part of that ease-of-use comes from their commitment to producing internationalized, world-ready products. However, even the best companies and employees make mistakes.

Recently installed Java 7 on Mac OS X

I recently installed Java 7 on my Mac OS X system. Although the installation went smoothly, I did run into one problem that might not be a big issue for you. I didn’t go through the hassle of compiling it for myself. Instead, I opted to grab a precompiled JDK from here: http://code.google.com/p/openjdk-osx-build/downloads/list?q=label:Featured Specifically, I chose… Read More »

Omnigraffle and UML?

Some coworkers recently recommended Omnigraffle to me as a UML diagramming tool. After installing a copy, I discovered that although UML “stencils” are available, the tool is not in fact a dedicated UML tool at all. Ahem…obviously I should have read the description a little better. Now that I have Omnigraffle, however, I will need… Read More »