I love computers, software development, virtual worlds, and computer games.
30 years ago, in 1981, I was 11 years old. I started programming by typing in computer programs from magazines (like “Compute!”) and trying them out. When I was a teen, I developed multi-player online games for the Atari ST, as well as a multi-user BBS program, a play-by-modem chess game, and various utilities. 18 years ago, I co-founded Xceed, a company focused on creating programming libraries and controls. A few years ago, I co-founded Loopycube, makers of massively multi-player games for the iPhone. I love Apple and have high hopes for Microsoft. The advertising company known as Google is kind of interesting too, I use some of their stuff. I am not fond of Samsung for their underhanded tactics, negative advertising, and copycat attitude.
I’m on Twitter, follow @kosmatos and I also have a blog at work called Component Insider.