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Briefly: AOL Mac programmer; 4GB laptop RAM

updated 12:45 pm EDT, Fri June 8, 2007

AOL seeks Mac programmer

In brief: The AOL Mac Clients' team is seeking a senior software engineer to work on its development team chartered with reinvigorating AOL's Mac client, Transintl is offering 4GB memory upgrade kits for MacBook Pros, Take Control Books has released a new eBook related to troubleshooting Macs, and Virtual Training Company has announced its latest FileMaker training course focusing on security. The AOL Mac Clients' team is seeking a senior software engineer to work on the development of team (interested individuals can apply by sending an email to this address), which is tasked with "reinvigorating" AOL's Mac client. The candidate will be responsible for performing design, development, testing, documentation, and analysis of software applications written in Objective-C in the Cocoa application environment.

4GB MacBook Pro memory upgrade kits

Transintl has begun offering 4GB memory upgrade kits for Apple's MacBook Pro portables. The kits include two 2GB modules of 667MHz DDR2 SDRAM (PC2-5300) SO-Dimm modules designed to work with 15-inch 2.2GHz and 2.4GHz MacBook Pros, as well as the 17-inch 2.4GHz MacBook Pro.

Troubleshooting Macs, FileMaker security training

Take Control Books has released a new eBook titled "Take Control of Troubleshooting Your Mac," teaching readers the key to troubleshooting procedures along with specific instructions for solving the most common problems Mac users face.... Virtual Training Company has announced its latest FileMaker training course titled "FileMaker Security" by Steven H. Blackwell; the seven-hour tutorial is designed for beginner, intermediate, and advanced level FileMaker developers and users.




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  1. ronjamin

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    AOHell

    Imagine an upgraded AOHell client......it's been years. Frankly, it would have to be great because of all the years of being left in the dust, there really is no reason ever to go back to AOL.

  1. FastAMX79

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    aol

    People still use AOL??

  1. suhail

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    AOL stinks!

    a bunch of filp-flopping a**-kissers! I hope they hire a crappy programmer again.

  1. jpellino

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    last time i used AOL...

    ...it was still called AppleLink Personal Edition.

    I think it was just after we all got the phone call from Steve C. that they sent out beta discs by accident...

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