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Monthly Archives: October 2010

How Apple’s Java Announcement Impacts Moneydance

Moneydance is written in a programming language known as Java. As many of our Mac customers know, Apple released an update to Java yesterday (mentioned by John Gruber) with some interesting news in the release notes. The notes say that Apple is “deprecating” their implementation of Java on Mac OS … Continue reading

Dealing with delayed transfers

I’m writing from sunny (or not so sunny) Nottingham, where I have a spectacular view of the castle from my hotel room.  My absolute favorite thing about England is the Marks & Spencer food hall- it’s a delightful mix of basic supplies and posh pastries with a bit of everything … Continue reading

The Moneydance Team welcomes a new member!

The Moneydance Team would like to congratulate Sean, 4.5 year old India, and most especially his wife Jess on the arrival of Angus Alexander Reilly (aka Sandy) on October 5.  Weighing in at over 8 pounds and 21 inches long, we’re sure it won’t be long until Sandy is giving … Continue reading

Liability accounts are a real asset when traveling!

I’m still in Iceland and very much enjoying my stay in Reykjavik, although I have not once managed to spell it correctly without the help of spell-check.  Thus far my travel buddy Jon, another Moneydance support person, and I have walked along the harbor, seen what seems like thousands of … Continue reading

Making my budget dance

I’m having a lazy day in Iceland today.  My travel buddy, Jon, is off hiking up a mountain and I decided to spend the day relaxing at the guesthouse and doing some serious window shopping.  I’ve read in several guidebooks  that Icelanders are very into fashion and design.  After spending … Continue reading

Krona, Pounds, and Euros, oh my!

This post is a part of the Moneydance on the Road blog series.  Check out thefirst post here. I arrived safely in Iceland Thursday morning, and apparently only narrowly escaped major delays due to the storm on the East Coast of the U.S.  Reykjavik is beautiful and the weather is … Continue reading