New York Times Crossword Honors Steve Jobs With Puzzle Written by Quora Engineer
Der explained the backstory in a Quora post. He said the puzzle was created in a frenzied dash in order to be released as soon as possible, with him writing the clues from the airport over flaky Wi-Fi and his iPhone.
Der, who was one of the first employees at Palo Alto-based Quora and was previously at Pixar and Facebook, is an accomplished crossword puzzle creator who holds the record for fewest black squares in a New York Times puzzle.
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