– November issue of MacTech dedicated to Leopard
– Includes one of the best DTrace Introductions Available
– Article available now in print, as well as online

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif., October 31, 2007 — MacTech Magazine today announced
that not only is its November issue dedicated to Leopard with articles that
have been months in the making, but that MacTech is releasing one of the
best DTrace introductions available to help troubleshoot and investigate

“Leopard is another landmark release of OS X, and at MacTech Magazine, we
feel it’s important to get as much solid tech information out to the
community as possible,” said Neil Ticktin, Publisher/Editor-in-Chief of
MacTech Magazine. “While end-users may see the new OS as evolutionary, the
people working under the hood will find it revolutionary.”

“One of the most important new system troubleshooting and investigation
tools is DTrace. The November MacTech issue is dedicated to Leopard, and
contains one of the best DTrace introductions available,” said Edward
Marczak, Executive Editor of MacTech Magazine. “We’re giving this to the
community to help get everyone up to speed, and to showcase some of the
content you’ll find in MacTech Magazine.”

The article is available immediately in the November issue of the magazine
available on newsstands and through subscriptions. It’s also available
online at:

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