Ok, what is the first thing you do when you get a new OS installed? Well, programming it usually isn't the first, but it's got to be up there somewhere. So that's what I'm attempting to do with Cocoa and OS X. Well, that should probably be reversed, but still.
Anyway borrowed sitharus' The Vermont Recipies (Cocoa Recipies for OS X) today, and started along the path to knowledge.
Thankfully programming I've done in the past should put me at a place of understanding the concepts, but little quirks and things, and understanding Interface Builder are kind of important. It really is a nice platform to build for. Expect to eventually see a MacOSX section on my website :-) (Well, that is the plan anyway).
A note of importance: my 120gb HD arrived yesterday, so a nice total of 200gb of storeage space in Pingu now. I moved Audio & Movies over this morning to the new drive, so C: has plenty of space on it for downloads et. al., and the user drives. F: (the new drive) has plenty of space for audio & movies to grow, though I may move Downloads & Dropbox over there tomorrow as well. Audio took quite a while to move (well, shunting 35.2gb accross the same IDE interface is going to take some time... especially as it is ~3,500 files or so, plus images for album art etc.)