Logos 4 Mac
One of the great bonuses of attending the BibleTech 2010 conference in San Fransisco last March was being able to talk to and get to know many of the developers behind the Logos software. Logos creates one of the most sophisticated (and awesome) Bible study and research software on the market.
Back in March, many of the developers were working hard to develop their Mac offering in the hopes of getting it to the same level of their Windows offering. Their Windows software had just been released, Logos 4, and it was built on Microsoft technologies, mostly .Net from what I understand. They have an interesting code blog that they post to about various .Net stuff.
The interesting thing about Logos is that they decided to use .Net for their new Mac offering as well. It was great to hear that they started getting involved in the Mono platform so they could utilize their .Net codebase on the Mac. Not only were they utilizing Mono, but they actively joined the Mono development process. And from the developers I met a few months ago, Mono is blessed to have some of these extremely smart developers on their side.
Well come this Friday, October 1, Logos 4 Mac will be an official product. I would like to give a hand to these developers. It take tons of work to release software on one platform. But Logos has several with their Windows, iPad, iPhone, web, and now Mac platforms. Congrats to Logos!
[Note: Logos is having a sweet contest for the launch of Logos 4 Mac. Follow the links below to join the fun!]
Logos Bible Software is giving away thousands of dollars of prizes to celebrate the launch of Logos Bible Software 4 Macon October 1. Prizes include an iMac, a MacBook Pro, an iPad, an iPod Touch, and more than 100 other prizes!
They’re also having a special limited-time sale on their Mac and PC base packages and upgrades. Check it out!