It looks like Apple is going back to the 1990s and closing off their ecosystem.
On a dare, I wrote a book called 'Escaping the Cult of Mac' and gave it away free on Github. It's seriously funny (and true).
Today marks the 35th anniversary of the Macintosh computer.
Concise, accurate and best of all: UNIX.
This thing lasted me 12 years!
Have you ever wondered where IT certification began? Well, you're in luck...
If you're familiar with Linux, this is everything you need to know!
Bold assumptions, yes. But hear me out...
I managed to get some NeXT workstations this week from a former colleague of mine who also collects vintage computers. For those who don't know what a NeXT workstation is, it's essentially the UNIX system that became Mac OS X, as well as the UNIX system that Tim Berners-Lee used to create the world's first Web server using his new protocol called HTTP (Hyper-Text Transfer Protocol).
The latest Linux PPC distributions run MUCH faster on it!