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[News] More Amiga employees?ANN.lu
Posted on 27-Oct-2000 15:08 GMT by Christian Kemp6 comments
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I was browsing through the downloads section of Amigadev.net when I noticed Kevin Blumberg, who has an individual email address at amiga.com, and Simon Goodwin, who can be reached through what seems like a generic support address at amiga.com. Since I never heard their names before, I thought I'd post this to see if they are familiar to anybody else.
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Posted by Anonymous on 26-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
It's pretty well known that Simon Goodwin wrote the SDK manual.. He's a UK based Amiga ex-journalist and all round clever guy :) He's been working for them for most of the year now..
I don't know who the other guy is tho....
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Posted by Ventzislav Tzvetkov on 26-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
Surely Simon Goodwin is a great Amiga user. I have read articles from him in some issues of Amiga Format. He have deep knowedge in the Amiga.
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Posted by Gary Peake on 26-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
Kevin is in an house programmer here at Snoqualmie.
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Posted by Nabs on 26-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
Simon Goodwin is basically a bit of genius. He seems to have an understanding of
the Amiga at something like a sub-atomic level. I'd bet there are only a handful
of people who know more about the Amiga then he does, if that.
He used to write technical articles all the time for Amiga Format.
From the latest stuff from Bill, he seems to be working on the sound for the new
Amiga systems.
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Posted by Teemu I. Yliselš on 26-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 4 (Nabs):
Yep. Simon certainly seems to know his stuff. He's leading Amiga's audio team that is supposedly building a new sound system from scratch.
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Posted by John Block on 26-Oct-2000 22:00 GMT
Hi Simon!
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