There’s a new cat in town

+ Click here to enlarge Apple’s newest version of Mac OS X, called Leopard, was released into the wild at 6pm local time on October 26th. I’ve seen a number of people asking about how compatible Mac Office is with Leopard, and I thought I’d chime in to say a few words about it. One of my roles…

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And we’re back!

Thanks to a lot of hard work from a lot of people, I’m happy to let you all know that the new Mac Office updaters are now available. You can download them for Office 2004 and for Office v. X (and the Office 2004 updater should be available via Microsoft AutoUpdate as well).  These updates can be applied…

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Now you see it, now you don’t.

By now you’ve probably seen the news about the Mac Office updates that went live on MacTopia for a few hours this past Tuesday.  Things were a little crazy here on Wednesday and Thursday working out what happened and how we should resolve the problem.  Since I’m the development lead for our Sustained Engineering meta-team,…

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Let’s go way back

It’s Schwieb again, this time with a look back deep into MacBU history. No, not any public history — I’ll talking about my own history in MacBU. Brad Post’s blog entries about tracking down gnarly bugs made me remember a particular problem I worked on a very long time ago… I’ve got a lot of…

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Great Expectations

(Sorry, Charles.) Hiya folks!  I’m Erik Schwiebert, one of the development leads here in the MacBU.  I wanted to jump in here quickly to set some expectations based on some of the comments I’ve seen here about our team blog. A number of people have said that the content they really want is stuff like…

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