Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Technology Review: Q&A: Rick Rashid

Timely snapshot/interview 

Rick Rashid, who has directed Microsoft Research since the early 1990s, recently visited MIT and talked to Technology Review's editor in chief about the future of computing. Before joining Microsoft, Rashid was a professor of computer science at Carnegie Mellon University. He's most famous for his work on the Mach operating-system kernel, which influenced the development of the NeXTStep OS that powered NeXT's black computers, which in turn influenced the current MacOS X.

Source: Technology Review: Q&A: Rick Rashid

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