A brief history of me, I guess. Part 1.

So, Miguel in comments suggests that I should chat more about Mac OS 9 stuff here in the blog. I’m not sure how much I can or want to talk about. I still work at Apple, and I like my job, so some things are certainly still confidential. But, beyond that, a lot of stuff probably isn’t terribly interesting to most folks. I’ll write about what I remember, and see if anyone seems to care. I started at Apple in April of 1989, roughly a year out of college. I graduated from the University of Wisconsin: Madison in spring of 1988, then got a job at a local company called Persoft which did terminal emulators, and was just starting up doing Macintosh programming for a product they’d acquired called Ize. Weirdly, I hadn’t put a lot of...