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An Iphone Engineer-Turned-Game Maker Shares His Apple Story


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Francisco Tolmasky, iPhone engineer

After leaving Apple in 2007, Francisco Tolmasky founded a mobile web app start-up called 280 North, which Motorola purchased for around $20 million.

When Francisco Tolmasky was just 20 years old and started working for Apple, he took on a challenging task: to create a rich mobile web browser for the original iPhone, back when the device was still a pile of circuits.

From The New York Times
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