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From Warwick University to Apple Inc California


Less than ten years after graduating from the Department of Computer Science (DCS), Hugo Fiennes was head hunted by Apple Computer Inc California to manage the hardware team responsible for a little known device called an ‘iPhone’. One year later the ‘iPhone’ is named Time magazines invention of the year.

Start with a rewind to 1994
The time before windows
My Third year project
MP3 Revolution hits the market
Apple finally get their man
Pushing the known boundaries
Formal methods PhD student crosses the pond…
Bulgarian students talk about their first term in DCS
Nick Papanikolaou has joined the e-Security team across the pond in the new Digital Laboratory. In this article we look at how Nick’s time with DCS prepared him for his current role. At the end of their first term, we caught up with Milena Georgieva and Peter Ivanov to see how well they had settled into campus, 1200 miles away from their home town of Sofia.
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