Macworld UK has published an interview with Omni Group founder Wil Shipley, who discusses programming for OS X (“Applications can be written for the Mac in a tenth of the time as for Windows”), the lack of big applications (“I think all the major players take OS X seriously. They just don’t pre-announce it as early as the little guys”), the Unix core of OS X (“It has inherent robustness, great server qualities and will attract Unix hobbyists”), Cocoa (“Cocoa is not just an amazing toolkit, it offers a new way of approaching programming”), and more.