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Mac Mini as embedded development board

MacMerc points to a great feature on one of IBM’s countless web sites about using the Mac Mini as a high-end embedded development board. “It has a broader array of connectors, a faster processor, and support for a very large amount of memory. The development kit is fairly complete, with support for AppleScript, C, C++, Objective-C, Java?, Perl, Python, and Ruby programming out of the box or you can choose to use some third party Java tools such as Eclipse or Netbeans.”

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