Those of you who attended the WWDC in past years may know that James Dempsey singlehandedly holds up the fun that used to be part of WWDC before it got all business like and serious in 1998.
The past couple of years he wrote cool songs about technology which he performed at some random WWDC session. (There is a post including a recording of his 2003 hit “MVC” over at the ONJava Blog.) I discovered his latest song and cool music video through ADC on iTunes in the recording of Session 300 - Development Tools State of the Union which I have not been able to attend while in SF. If you have the Leopard Early Starter Kit (which means you are either ADC Select or Premier member) check it out!
I think Dempsey’s songs should be available for the general audience, they are just so hilarious and it sort of illustrates that making Mac software is this fun thing that even might make you some decent money. Apple should bring Dempsey and his “Breakpoints” into a studio, make a proper recording, have his visuals turned into a nice music video and post it to iTunes free for all ADC members including the free online membership.