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Lean, Kanban, Agile Pairing, TDD (sometimes test after) software architect and programmer. Worked with distributed (called cloud sometimes) computing services since 2007 using phat data (8 billion rows of data on an AVERAGE day, sometimes called big data) and everything from business intelligence to the nitty gritty of array structures inside file based data stores to create caching tiers for custom software needs. Currently pushing for distributed technologies & improving software architecture, better data centers, the best software development practices and keeping everything secure in the financial industry again. To see what I'm up to today, check out my blog at Composite Code.

One response to “OS-X, Top 2 Gripes”

  1. john trenouth

    I made a permanent switch to Mac from Window several month ago. I had been using both for quite a while, and OSX just grew in the right direction while Windows did not.

    Still, I experience plenty of frustrations with OSX, like the ones you list. Basically managing and navigating windows is just plain horrible on a Mac.

    Unfortunately there is no fix. There never will be a fix. Because there is nothing to fix. Apple has it right, and we simply have the wrong mental model. The problem, you see, is us.

    And the prevalence of that attitude might be the most frustrating thing of all about using a Mac.