Down by the Lake

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We're coming up on Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) once again, and I'll be there like I was last year. I'm looking forward to meeting all the people I've been introduced to online since I launched my little software company last year.

One other exciting element to this year's WWDC is the fact that Apple is hosting a code-a-thon onsite for a new open source framework called Core Plot. I'll be one of the coordinators of this framework, so if you're there at the conference you can probably find me in the Core Plot room. I'll be the one with the red hair wearing a black Sunset Lake Software T-shirt.

Read on for more about Core Plot.

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Pi Cubed version 1.01 just arrived on the App Store yesterday. This is mainly a bugfix update, although a new editing capability has been added as well.

Read on for the specific updates in this version.

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I'll be on the road once again to present SonoPlot's products next week at the Nanotech 2009 conference in Houston, TX. I'll be in booth 135 on Tuesday, May 5 and Wednesday, May 6. As always, If you are at the show, please stop by and say hello.

This looks to be a particularly interesting conference, judging from the program tracks.

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Today, I'm proud to announce the release of my latest application: Pi Cubed for iPhone / iPod Touch. Pi Cubed is a visual math application built around the touchscreen of these portable devices. Rather than follow the standard design of calculators, with fixed buttons and a small LCD display, I wanted to try something new. Pi Cubed uses the full touchscreen to typeset and evaluate calculations, and it relies heavily on Core Animation to animate all of its operations.

Pi Cubed is available for $9.99 (or the local equivalent) on the iTunes App Store.

Read on for more about this new application.

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