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An IDE for Quantum Computing
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The road from concept to successful product is a long and difficult one. This group tries to make that trip a bit easier by bringing together inventors, marketers, and business people to share their knowledge and experience.
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Occupation:
Software Developer
Areas of Interest (Robotics, Software Architecture, Green Energy, Web 2.0, etc.):
Robotics, GUI, Inventing
Software Language Proficiencies / Interests:
C, C++, C#
About Me:
If anyone in here is old enough to remember Interface Age magazine (late 70s) you may recall a monthly column titled "The Inventor's Sketchpad". Well, I wrote that column. I also wrote a book, "The Complete Starship: A Simulation Project" way back then, describing how a simulation could be constructed using personal computers.

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At 9:00pm on August 10, 2009, Ken Berkun said…
Ah yes, I remember now. I simulated a tic tac toe machine that worked by beads dropping into buckets. No hurry on the scan, I have a copy in storage...in Seattle. But it would be fun to see it again.

Thanks!
Ken
At 10:03pm on August 9, 2009, Ken Berkun said…
That would be a hoot! Thanks,
Ken
At 9:01pm on August 9, 2009, Ken Berkun said…
Roger, I just noticed your profile. I had an article published in Interface Age. It was for a game on Altair/Imsai type machines with a video card (Lee Felsenstein's in my case). The game was Snake and you used the front panel switches to direct the snake. They published the hex code for it and I know at least one person entered in all that hex because he wrote a letter pointing out a bug. I knew about the bug but had left it in as a kind of cheat, it let the snake out of one corner. Oh heck, it might even have been Octal they listed. So, yes, I remember Interface age!
At 6:15pm on March 3, 2009, Mika Leuck said…
E komo mai Roger! We hope you find some fellow inventors and robotics guys in our community.

The FAQ is a good place to learn about the site. You may want to join some of the interest groups such as User Experience Design and Robotics.

We hope you find TechHui useful and invite others. See you in the groups and forums!
 
 
 

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