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Issue 21.5 ('Photomosaics')
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Thoughts from the Publisher

Issue: 21.5 (September/October 2023)
Author: Marc Zeedar
Author Bio: When xDev publisher Marc Zeedar was a kid he used to create magazines just for fun. Now he's doing it for a living!
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There's a lot happening right now. Xojo has officially released Android support, Apple's got new iPhones coming September 12th, Christian is launching a conference in Germany next spring, and there's only a few days left to get the 2023 Omegabundle before it goes away for good!

Travels With Charlie

Oh, and Marc's going on a trip. Communication from me may be sparse the next few weeks as I'm driving my mother on a 5,000 mile road trip to the midwest and back (see map on the left for our rough route).

We'll be visiting friends and family on the way, and we're taking Charlie, my dog, so it'll be a proper adventure. Beyond eight-hour driving days I'll still try to get some work done and keep up with things, but bear with me if I'm slower than usual responding.

In This Issue

Again I'm writing most of this issue (if someone could write an article about Android for the next issue, I'd love it), but that's okay as I have been doing a few interesting things with Xojo. I explain how I made an app to create photomosaics, solve a Dropbox syncing problem, and I wrote a little essay about how bugs can scar your customers for life.

Eugene continues his Raspberry Pi series, this time demonstrating I2C Electronics Communications.

In our columns, we cover Xojo's latest charting additions, explore the new Xojo release, look at database joins and views, and show how to use Windows' native PDF capabilities with the MBS plugins. Enjoy!

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