Daily Dose - Yahoo's CTO Quits
SunSpider Benchmark Changes
MonoTouch 2.0 has iPad Support, But Will it Matter
Adobe wasn't the only group affected by Apple's new terms and conditions for iPhone/iPad development. This change also affects other "meta-frameworks" like MonoTouch, which compiles C# to native iPhone code. Mono project leader Miguel de Icaza said this wasn't a problem though because MonoTouch can compile to C and XCode. Whether or not that statement proves true is crucial to the project's existence. Recently, Novell announced the availability of MonoTouch 2.0, which adds support for building iPad applications.
Your Cappuccino 0.8 is Ready
Cappucino developers have released version 0.8 of their web framework. The framework, written in Objective-J, enables the creation of Cocoa-like web applications. This latest version has automatic spriting, an updated nib2cib command-line tool, new tests and components, and new table view implementations. Cappuccino 0.8 has no external dependencies when building from a repository. There are also very few API changes despite the large number of enhancements.
James Gosling: Time to move on...
If you haven't heard, James Gostling resigned from Oracle last week. Thanks to lhochet for the link.