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Hello Mac-Forums,

Quick question for all you newbies and long term coders out there. While developing our medical software for OS X we found that there are not a ton of resources on the net for us Mac Coders. This site and a few other forums, are great resources but are not centered specifically around programing (Xcode, Interface Builder, Objective-C, Cocoa etc).

Although my team is getting deep into the programming zone, I am more then willing to pull a few interface designers away to develop a forum website to host such a resource. This would basically be a full blown ad-free, cost free, apple programming forum. I never have heard its a bad thing to have too many resources.

Let me know what you all think and we will get started.

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That would be an amazing thing if it took off. I've been looking for decent, recent resources on Mac programming since I got my Macbook a month or so ago, and haven't found much (except that Xcode's own tutorial breaks down when you get to the Interface Builder part).

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I'm surprised Apple does not offer that already. I am a web developer, so I know how useful resources are - forums, blogs, etc. I'm sure a site like you describe would be very beneficial to desktop application developers. It might even foster the next great app.

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Gets my vote
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I'm in.
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Any developments here?
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