A bit off topic, but I know there are a lot of smart Mac evangelists on the list so I thought I'd pose the question here. I made the switch to OS X after Apple moved to the x86 platform. Now that VMWare can be ported to OS X, it's a practical platform for me. I'm an ex *nix admin, so I 'get the drift'; however, I'm looking for a good guide to OSX to help the transition. Not so much a 'dummies' guide on how to organize the family photos, but something outlining idiomatic usage for productivity-intensive use such as software development. Any tips? Thanks
on 2006-04-26 19:13
on 2006-04-26 19:27
Rui Carmo's HOWTO Switch to the Mac is pretty good. It is not focused on programming, but I find it very useful. http://the.taoofmac.com/space/HOWTO/Switch%20To%20The%20Mac Congratulations on your switch.
on 2006-04-26 20:08
O'Reilly has some really really good titles for you. Mac OS X Tiger for Unix Geeks, for example, is a great read. Running Mac OS X Tiger is good, but not as advanced. And of course, the Tiger Nutshell book by them is a great reference, like most of the nutshell books. -ray
on 2006-04-26 20:14
On Apr 26, 2006, at 10:13 AM, John wrote: > A bit off topic, but I know there are a lot of smart Mac > evangelists on > the list so I thought I'd pose the question here. > > I made the switch to OS X after Apple moved to the x86 platform. Now > that VMWare can be ported to OS X, it's a practical platform for me. No need to wait for VMWare: http://www.parallels.com/en/products/workstation/mac/ -- -- Tom Mornini