Bubble Motion hires noted developer Justin Mann as new Chief Architect
August 9, 2012 by Terence LEE
Prior to joining Bubble Motion, he was the CEO and co-founder of How to Raise a Superhero, a startup in Beijing that builds educational apps for kids. He is a developer with over 12 years of experience in product development and management.
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An early adopter of new technologies, the first developer in Windows to write code using C#, the first to use WPF, and one of the first to use Silverlight and hardware accelerated 3D UI. At Microsoft Redmond, averaged one patent per year, helped pioneer the graphic designer lead UI model, and improved Windows performance by 5% with a hand-optimized rendering function still used today. Independently developed a unique graphics UI platform and applications.
Bubble Motion is best known for its Bubbly mobile app, which is essentially like Twitter but with voice. Bubbly is heavily used by celebrities to share updates with fans. It can also be used by publications who want to share audio content, friends who want to stay in touch with one another, and more.
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