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Considering "the switch"

As part of my new job, I got myself a MacBook pro and have been running Bootcamp on it over the last few days. All in all the experience is good, but there are issues with Windows running on the MacBook that bother me (bad sound drivers, and the fact that the clock resets on each startup). However, before I installed BootCamp I spent quite a bit of time on the Mac and got over some of my "floating windows" phobias. To that end, I'm considering going all the way and switching to OSX. So to get to my point, is there anyone out there that's recently been through this that can give me some pointers on what I might miss?

My biggest concern is not finding a worthy replacement for Beyond Compare. I absolutely love the program, and haven't been able to find anything comparable on the Mac. I've seen other diff tools, but nothing with the feature set that Beyond Compare has (saved sessions, full folder tree synchronizations, folder tree comparison reports, exlucsions, rule sets, etc. etc.). Any suggestions in this area would be fantastic, because honestly, the lack of a good Mac file diff tool would keep me on the PC for good...

17 comments | Posted by Daniel Short on Jun 6, 2006 at 12:00 AM | Categories: ColdFusion - CSS - Dreamweaver - Newsgroup - Rambling - VBScript -

MAX Is Official

That's right, I have confirmed through sources yet to be named (ACE people) that MAX will be this October 22nd to the 26th in sunny Las Vegas. They planned it on my birfday on purpose y'know...

I leave for MIX06 tomorrow in Vegas, so it looks like I'm gonna be a Vegas junky this year...

4 comments | Posted by Daniel Short on Mar 17, 2006 at 12:00 AM | Categories: (X)HTML - ColdFusion - Dreamweaver - MAX - Newsgroup - VBScript -

Web Design World Boston

If you haven't already, be sure to register for Web Design World Boston. I'll be presenting The ColdFusion Connection: Dynamic Development with Dreamweaver, and my main squeeze will be presenting Dreamweaver 8 Tips and Tricks and Customizing Dreamweaver. Check out the full agenda to see all of the other great speakers.

If you miss Boston next month, you can always catch us again in San Francisco in January.

0 comments | Posted by Daniel Short on Nov 17, 2005 at 12:00 AM | Categories: Newsgroup - ColdFusion - Dreamweaver -