Developer Spotlight: Yose “Jormy” Widjaja, Developer of The Revolutionary Keyboard ‘Nintype’ [Interview]
From a very young age, Yose had a foot in the door with computers and programing. He was learning BASIC in an upscale Indonesian primary school, playing around with DOS when he was around six years old and getting addicted to Starcraft map editors circa 2000. You could say that he was a computer guy from the start. After dropping the Starcraft maps and learning some Flash and Actionscript he dropped out of his PhD and started his journey to Jormy Appstudio.
Nintype is short for ninja-type and was uploaded as “nin” for a test when it was still in Cydia and it sort of stuck. After developing it for nearly two years and going through many evolutions and permutations, Nintype leapt over quite a few hurdles here and there to be what it is today. Check out the interview for more information and a great story about it’s development.
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