Apple M1 (Silicon) for Developers

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I’ve been using Apple computers since their CPUs had PowerPC architecture. I experienced the transition to Intel, I saw the evolution of Xcode since its early versions, I used Rosetta when it used to run PowerPC binaries on Intel CPUs. That’s why when I saw Apple announcing it would be switching to a new ARM-based architecture, I couldn’t ignore it. It was kind of…life-changing.

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Game and software developer with more than 15 years experience. Founder and CEO at Mariposa Studios, freelancer.

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Alex Nekrasov

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Game and software developer with more than 15 years experience. Founder and CEO at Mariposa Studios, freelancer.

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