Irrational Exuberance!

Releasing Kappa Source (PyObjC Twitter Client)

October 23, 2008 Kappa was a two or three day project a month or two ago, and may be helpful for people looking for some PyObjC source code that actually runs on OSX10.5/Leopard, as well as a useful base for a OSX twitter client.

Naming and Casing Convention in PyObjC

September 4, 2008 PyObjC does an excellent job of merging together Python and Cocoa, but sometimes the resulting merge creates grey areas. Casing and naming convention is undoubtedly one of those foggy spots. This article takes a stab at defining a pragmatic naming and casing convention.

Epic PyObjC, Part 5: Resources and Farewell

August 27, 2008 This brief final segment of the Epic PyObjC tutorial series looks at a few statistics from the series, and also I recommend a few resources for moving forward.

Epic PyObjc, Part 4: Drag & Drop, Multiple Nibs

August 26, 2008 In this fourth segment of the Epic PyObjC tutorial we take a look at implementing drag and drop in two different ways, as well as using multiple nibs in one application. This is the final segment of Epic PyObjC that focuses on this project; the fifth one will be a collection of resources about continuing with Cocoa and PyObjC.

Epic PyObjC, Part 3: Browsing, Caching, Indicating

August 25, 2008 In this third segment of the Epic Introduction to PyObjC and Cocoa we spend some time in the standard application development workflow of iterating new idea from concept into feature. First, we have double clicking an entry open its page on, then add disk based caching of results, and we end by adding an indicator to reassure users that the app hasn't frozen while retrieving data from Metaweb.