Molecular Biology on the IPhone

Discussion in 'iPhone/iPad Programming' started by jerrywickey, Apr 17, 2009.

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    I have written many interesting applications including a simulation of early RNA abiogenic replicators. (Watch as the earliest life on earth organize the first RNA information)

    At least three of these applications would be very interesting on the IPhone. I am currently plowing through several Obj C, IPhone SDK tutorials and have posted an additional question in this forum.

    But, what would really help me is 23 minutes on the phone with an experienced IPhone programmer. I have nineteen conditional questions, the answers to which will skip me through all the tutorials. Until then, I just continue to read when I have time and most of that time is spent finding good tutorials. If only I had found a good one.

    I have plenty to offer in trade for your time on the phone, and I think you will find our conversation incredibly interesting.

    For starters, I could tell you how many of macromolecular machines depicted in the animation below are actually inside your body right now and exactly what they are doing there, if you're interested.

    Of course, the time and number of questions may not be exact. I just wanted to convey the notion that I know exactly what I need to ask.

    jerrywickey@comcast.net
    800 353 0056

    Jerry

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