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Apple hires key Palm webOS engineer Dellinger

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By Charles Starrett

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Published: Wednesday, June 9, 2010
News Categories: Apple, iPhone, iPod

Apple has hired Rich Dellinger, a User Interface Design Architect at Palm, as a Senior User Interface Designer. According to Dellinger’s LinkedIn page, he was responsible for creating the “non-intrusive banner notification system used in webOS,” and also “co-developed the Application Framework used by webOS,” including the “CSS structure and defined HTML layout.” This will not be the first time Dellinger has worked at Apple, however, as he originally joined the company in December 1999 as a Senior Technical Support Engineer, before moving his way up to a User Interface Designer position in which he “designed applications for Apple products, including Mac OS X, iPod, and iPhone,” before leaving for Palm in April 2006. [via PreCentral]

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He’s a spy

Posted by Jeremy Toche on June 9, 2010 at 7:01 AM (PDT)

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