Updated to 10.7.1 last night. Unfortunately the mouse pointer acceleration issues aren’t resolved, but network connectivity seems to be way smoother (over the past week I’ve occasionally had to reboot the machine to get the network to work).
However I’m now completely “sold” on the new scrolling (reversed like the iPhone/iPad). :P. That and the new Mail.app are nice. Really looking forward to 10.7.2 or what ever the version is that will resolve the erratic mouse pointer acceleration.
Upgrading from OSX Snow Leopard to OSX Lion has so far been somewhat of a disappointment, especially when compared to previous upgrades. Actually I’m glad it only cost $29, as any more and i would have probably returned it. The upgrade process itself was fairly smooth and seamless (apart from one complete hang/lockup requiring a reboot). It’s the post upgrade, i.e.: adoption, that’s caused the most, or be they “slight” frustrations.
It’s that time again, time for another London Coherence SIG. Although the agenda is yet to be finalized, the theme of the event will be the up-and-coming Coherence 3.7 and Incubator 10 releases. So lock in the date, Tuesday May … Continue reading →
If you’re in London on March 1st or New York on March 15th and have an interest in trading application development then you might be interested in the following Oracle, Sun and Intel event. Trading Applications Developer Workshops The presentations cover … Continue reading →
Happy New Year! I hope you had a fantastic 2010 and 2011 is even better. For 2010 the Coherence SIGs were a huge success, expanding into even more cities around the world, bringing in a large variety of speakers and … Continue reading →
Just a quick update about the next London Coherence SIG. We’ve scheduled it for the 1st of October. It will be held in the London Oracle Offices and like the last event, will run all day. The morning will be … Continue reading →
Today we released an incremental update for each of the Coherence Incubator projects that adds support for Coherence 3.6 and resolves a number of issues discovered by the community since the last set of releases. As part of the update … Continue reading →