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Want to know what's covered in MacTech? Take a look at our table of contents for 2006:

December 2006 Issue

  • AppleScript Code Libraries
  • Creating a Dashboard Widget that uses a plugin
  • Rolling out Microsoft Office Updates
  • Distributing with PackageMaker
    Building a distribution installer packages
  • I Heart vi
    Text editing in a shell
  • Xsan, Part 2: Planning Your SAN
  • Sorting
  • Product Guide

November 2006 Issue

  • Introduction to Scripting InDesign
  • Python Power Tools
    Tools Available for Python Developers Running OS X
  • Directory Service Recipes
  • Virtual Computing With Parallels Desktop
    How to leverage Parallels Desktop for Mac to run Windows and Linux VMs
  • Spam Graphing and Logging for SpamAssassin Rule Optimization
  • Triple boot a Mac with Windows and Linux
  • Subversion and XCode
  • A Look at Apple's Xsan

October 2006 Issue

  • Introduction to Scripting QuarkXPress
  • Version Control on a Budget
    A Non-Developers Introduction to CVS
  • Sharing Information Between Outlook & Entourage
  • Web Performance Tuning
    Supercharge your Web Sites in Minutes!
  • Easing Into dscl
    Manipulating Directory Services via the Command Line
  • My CUPS Runneth Over
    Taking the power of printing to the next level in Mac OS X
  • Ajax on Rails
  • miniStack
  • CompuRover AW Bag
  • PDF Shrink 4.0

September 2006 Issue

  • MacTech at WWDC 2006
  • Back to the Shell
    Revisiting the basics in an advanced kind of way
  • Externals and Internals of Styles on Word 2004
  • Parallel Programming With the Intel Core Duo Processor
  • Automator for Administrators
    Using your scripting prowess in a new way!
  • Introduction to Scripting GraphicConverter
  • Introduction to Ruby on Rails
  • Plantronics CS50 and CS50-USB
  • FAST DVD COPY 4
  • Brenthaven Fusion MB Messenger Bag
  • NEC Multisync 20WMGX2

August 2006 Issue

  • Introduction to Scripting Photoshop
  • To Tune, or Not to Tune
  • Windows SharePoint Services (version 3) on the Mac
  • The MacTech 25
  • GUI-up your Script
  • Digital Media Boost With the Intel Core Duo Processor
    How to make your applications run faster!
  • Are you copying all the information that you need?
  • Using a Mac OS X client
    with a Linux L2TP/IPSec VPN Server

July 2006 Issue

  • Taking Advantage of The Intel Core Duo Processor-Based iMac
    How to make your applications run faster!
  • OS X Investigation and Troubleshooting - Part 3
    The Secrets to OS X success
  • Entourage Exchange Account Configuration
  • White Paper: Lasso & PHP
    A Closer Look at Two OS X Scripting Languages
  • Network Layer Security (Part 2)
  • Script Software's iClock
  • More Scriptable Access to Remote Directories
  • Solar Star Attic Fans
  • KILL A WATT
  • Small Server Room Air Conditioning
    Portable Cooling Units for Server Rooms

June 2006 Issue

  • OS X Investigation and Troubleshooting, Part 2
    The Secrets to OS X success
  • Apple Remote Desktop 3:
    The latest and greatest in remote control for Macs
  • SharePoint and Macs
    How to make the most of the experience
  • "Web 2.0" on the Desktop
    Replacing AppKit with the New Web Fu
  • Mouse Round Up:
    RadTech's BT500 Rechargeable Mobile Mouse
    Razer Pro Mouse and Razer ProPad
    Logitech MX 1000 Laser Cordless Mouse
  • Script Software's iClock
  • Installing and Using a Wiki
    What are Wikis and how to use TWiki
  • An Introduction to Scripting Transmit

May 2006 Issue

  • OS X Investigation and Troubleshooting
    The Secrets to OS X success
  • Entourage 2004 Spotlight Support
    How Microsoft Entourage 2004 now takes advantage of Spotlight
  • Office 2004 Benchmarks on Intel-based Macs
  • Found in Transition:
    Windows and Mac, sitting in a tree...
  • Tweak Tiger's TFTP
  • Review: ATEN's MasterView Max (CS1758) KVM Switch
  • An Introduction to Scripting Fetch

April 2006 Issue

  • awk for Data Processing:
    Part 2 Revving up the engine.
  • Very Precious Network Security
  • Safeguarding "sensitive data" using encrypted disk images
  • A guide to stress testing your website
    with ApacheBench and JMeter
  • TextMate 1.5 Review
  • Introduction to Scripting FileMaker Pro
  • Building a Backup System on the Mac
  • ATTO ExpressPCI UL4S and ExpressPCI UL4D SCSI Adapters
  • Daystar's G-Celerator G4 CPU upgrade
  • Maxell's Super DLTtape II
  • Navicat: More Than Just Backing up MySQL
  • Quantum's SDLT 600 Tape Drive System
  • Expansion Options from Sonnet

March 2006 Issue

  • AppleScript's Variable Types and You
  • Storing and Accessing Data with AppleScript
  • awk for Data Processing:
    The Complementary Pattern Processor to sed.
  • Get Your Growl ON:
    Making The BIG Cat Really ROAR!
  • Book Review: Mac OS X Tiger for Unix Geeks
  • Implementing Five PRNG Algorithms in Cocoa.
  • Review: Web Surveys, Quick and Easy
  • Review: Snapz Pro X 2.0
  • Review: Klear Screen
    The Right Way to Clean Your Screen, iPods, and More
  • Desktop Systems Engineer and Analyst

February 2006 Issue

  • An Inside Look at the Inner-workings of the
    Original OS X-Based Supercomputer
  • MacEnterprise, and Behind the Macs at Yale
  • Mapping the Evolution of QuickTime Programming
  • Introduction to Core Data, Part IV:
    Storing Fetch Requests in your Data Model
  • CRYPTOCard's CRYPTO-Server 6.3 for OS X:
    Eliminate Insecure Static Passwords
  • Not CurSED, BlesSED!
    But sometimes, the keys to sed can be disguised.
  • Nagios on OS X, Part 2:
    Setting Up Nagios 2.0
  • Writing a Menulet Extension
  • Introduction to Database Events
  • Book Review: Learning Unix for Mac OS X Tiger

January 2006 Issue

  • Make eBay Work for You Instead of You Working for It
  • MacTech's Fearless Predictions for '06 ... and Beyond!
  • The Apple - Intel Transition:
    Your Options for Windows Software on the Mac
  • Build Your Own Supercomputer
    From Your Macs Laying Around
  • Providing Progress Feedback During Script Execution
  • Unix Underpinnings on The Mac:
    What To Use and What to Avoid
  • Adding Ajax to a Website
  • Choosing A Java Scripting Language


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