On Friday afternoon, I went to give a presentation about MySQL advanced features at the Sardegna Ricerche technology park. The presentation included a quick introduction to MySQL Sandbox, something that I have been doing for years, and I thought I could do blindfold, if required. However, something didn't go as expected.
Apart from that, Snow Leopard seems to behave nicely. Somebody else had nasty compatibility problems but so far I have been spared.
One annoying problem is that Safari crashes with Java applications, because of the faulty Java 1.6 package released with Snow Leopard. Apparently, Java 1.5 and 1.6 both point at the same binaries, on the grounds that 1.6 is backward compatible. Well, it is, but it crashes the browser, so I looked around for a remedy, and I found out that someone else has fixed the issue and shared the recipe. Thanks, folks. It worded for me as well.