[NYT] Microsoft to Reward Its Technical Elite

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From: Joachim Feise (jfeise@ics.uci.edu)
Date: Mon Jul 03 2000 - 08:16:19 PDT


The article only talks about the achievements of Thacker and Cutler,
and somewhat singles out Lampson, Simonyi and Gray. But what do the
other guys mentioned?
I would assume that Hejlsberg, the creator of Turbo Pascal, is still
active in the languages group.


In an effort to reward its brightest technologists, Microsoft plans
to announce today that it has created a distinguished engineer
program, initially honoring 16 of the company's best designers.
In addition to Mr. Thacker, who is the co-inventor of the Ethernet
office networking technology, those to be named distinguished
engineers include Butler Lampson, Charles Simonyi, Jim Gray and
David Cutler.
The others who received appointments as distinguished engineers
are Mark Lucovsky, Wael Bahaa-el-Din, Anders Hejlsberg, Antoine
Leblond, Suryanarayanan Raman, Darryl Rubin, Brad Lovering, Lou
Perazzoli, Michael Toutonghi, Peter Spiro and Mohsen al-Ghosein.

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