From: Khaled Tewfik (khaledt@earthlink.net)
Date: Fri Sep 01 2000 - 10:04:50 CDT

on 8/31/00 5:05 PM, Bradley Smith at BradleyS@artisansw.com wrote:

> Hi,
> Saw your post on the Newton Mailing list.
> I'm going to be writing Mac applications to exchange data with Newton
> devices.
> I've never programmed the Mac before but have been programming
> professionally for over 12 years.
> I want to program for Mac OS X as I understand it has a new API (Cocoa). The
> problem I have is how do I get onto a developer program at Apple that will
> allow me a developer preview of Mac OS X?
> Any advice appreciated.
> Brad

Hi Brad,
I'm glad to here of your intentions, and glad to have a programmer in the
Newton fold, it is a scarce commodity.

But, I am afraid I can not help you much, I am not a programmer nor a
developer, though I certainly have ideas for Newton programs (particularly
games) that I can only dream of doing.

I would suggest searching the Apple web site, there must be some clues

BTW, I did not claim to have OS x developer release, I just saw OS X movie
demos and noticed the similarity of the save dialogue box, sorry if I have
misled any one, or misrepresented my self.


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