Episode: CocoaRadio @ Macworld with John Fox of MemoryMiner


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CocoaRadio @ Macworld with John Fox of MemoryMiner

Here it is fellas: Show #2 from the floor at Macworld. John Fox describes his new product, MemoryMiner which won "Best of Show"!  With his experience at NeXT and working with WebOjects, he has much to share. Get a demo of MemoryMiner here.

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