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Hacking the phone
Embracing The Mobile Hacker Ethic. "First is Nokia’s release of the Python programming language for its Series 60 smartphone environment. The port of Python is a full implementation with a high degree of portability from the desktop environment, opening mobile development to a whole new class of programmers—which was its primary goal, says Erik Smartt, the program manager of Python for Series 60. “By choosing a developer-friendly, easy-to-learn language, Nokia is making it possible for casual developers to tinker with their mobile phones and innovate without the typical investment costs for embedded system development,..."

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Posted by Richard on September 21, 2005 10:25 AM

 

 

 

 

 

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