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Discussion in 'New Member Introductions - Site Assistance' started by Guillaume, Mar 13, 2010.

  1. Guillaume

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    Hi all!

    I'm a French software developer currently studying in the UK, and I'll start my PhD in computer science (more specifically Artificial Intelligence) in the US next year.

    I'm a big fan of the iPad's concept, and intend on getting one very close to the launch date.

    I'm sure I can provide insight on a number of technical topics (as I've started to do in the hacking section ;) ), and I also intend to develop on the iPad- I see tremendous opportunities there.

    See you guys around!
     
  2. iDan

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    Welcome to the forum Guillaume! We appreciate all the technical help you can provide!
     
  3. DG~X

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    Greetings to you too!:)
     
  4. jwookie

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    Hi Guillaume!

    Welcome, can never have too much technical advice!

    Jill
     
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    Guillame,

    Any way you are going to start developing for the iPad?
     
  6. Guillaume

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    Thanks guys!

    JohnnyApple, I don't know exactly yet- I feel like I'm going to experiment a little to wrap my head around the device. But I have a great feeling about games on this device- specifically games that are based on physical objects (like chess, scrabble and all these card/board games). Imagine just laying the iPad on a table, and playing chess on it with a friend by dragging pieces that behave "realistically" on a board with your fingers.

    I feel like developers will have lots of fun and bring a ton of cool stuff! :)
     

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