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Interview: Graphing Calculator Developer

If you’re attending a college, university, or are in some sort of higher math class, then you are required to have a graphing calculator. Lugging those expensive bricks around your campus for a couple of hours a day is annoying, then having them around your house collecting dust is also annoying as they are expensive and every time you look over you remember the $100 dollars you no longer have. They are only used in class and for doing mathematical equations you will never use.. Or are they? What if I told you that that big brick could double as a game system? Not just running a simple tic-tac toe game, but a full 8 bit RPG?

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