Thoughts on the evolution of machine interfaces — Conquering the space of numbers

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Conquering the space of numbers - is the first part of a series I’m putting together about the evolution of machine interfaces and their design throughout time. It is based on notes collected during a research I did before starting to work in software development, studying social anthropology at Goethe University in Frankfurt (a. M.), Germany.

Engineering Manager & Product Engineer with a background in Social Anthropology

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Sami Hamed

Sami Hamed

Engineering Manager & Product Engineer with a background in Social Anthropology

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