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News   News : NCSCAUG Interview with Omniscience
   posted by herewegoagain on 7-Nov-2003 12:33:11 (1727 reads)
The NC/SC Amiga User Group presents an interview with developer Jim Wingard of Omniscience. The interview outlines the process of becoming an AmigaDE developer, the software development cycle, as well as his take on AmigaDE in general.

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Re: NCSCAUG Interview with Omniscience
Posted on 7-Nov-2003 14:10:39
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Interesting read!

I bought the DE SDK, too - installed it, read lots of information from all over the place, and then gave up.

If only there was a decent reference source, to make it a bit easier to get started...


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I think there are a number of people like yourself who bought the SDK and then gave up on doing anything with it. Hopefully that will change in the future.

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This was a great read! The kind of thing I'd expect to see in CAM..

I bought the developer kit too.... but never even opened it (It's still has the unbroken seal).
It was my intention to "put my money where my mouth was" and support Amiga Inc's effort to give us a new Amiga computer.

Close, soooo close now!


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Hehehe - that's the excuse I keep telling myself, too!

/me has lost count of the number of times I've "put my money where my mouth was" and supported various companies without ever using (or being able to use) their software... *sigh*


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This was a great read! The kind of thing I'd expect to see in CAM..


Thanks for the compliment... Ray and other members have been working hard to make these interview segments as interesting as possible for the readers. One really doesn't understand how much work and time can go into something so simple as an interview....

I found Jim's answers both informative and intellectual. A rarity these days...

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Shame MycoMedical couldn't have got in touch with Omniscience about developing for DE.

They could've put him on the right track.


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