Alan Kay


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Alan Kay

(person)
The leader of the Software Concepts Group at Xerox Palo Alto Research Centre which developed Smalltalk, the pioneering object-oriented programming system, in 1972.
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NORTH WARWICKSHIRE Men's stableford: 1 Alan Kay 44pts, 2 Alan Sharratt 44, 3 Phil Clewlow 42.
58460984 | Pictured at the annual Justices' dinner at Huddersfield Polytechnic were (from left) Police Superin-|tendent George Calligan, Michael Scott Garner, solicitor and a Crown Court recorder, Kirklees Mayor Clr Mary Walsh, E Austen Johnson, chairman of Huddersfield Magistrates and of the Kirklees Magistrates Court Committee, Judge Robert Taylor, liaison judge, and Alan Kay, clerk to Huddersfield magistrates.
VICTIM: Alan Kay, in Arrowe Park hospital; and, inset, left, the X-ray of his leg
As pioneering computer visionary Alan Kay put it, at best, schools teach "science appreciation.
HELPING HAND Chief Fire Officer Alex Bennett, David Hume from the International Fire and Rescue Association, Ryan Waite, Alan Kay, also of IFRA, and assistant chief fire officer Paul Hedley.
Alan Kay is a computer scientist known for his work with windowing graphical user interface and the conception of laptops and object-oriented programming.
Alan Kay, inventor of Smalltalk, which was the inspiration and technical basis for the Macintosh and subsequent windowing-based systems, stated in 1971: "The best way to predict the future is to invent it.
And to top it off, there are keynote presentations by computer visionary Alan Kay and popular tech writer David Pogue.
But long-serving Albert Aurelius has left to play in the Nidderdale League, while George and Alan Kay have gone to Great Ayton.
It brought protest from both sets of players and certainly had not been spotted by referee Alan Kay.
Fish of the week at Jubilee was a beauty of 17lb 13oz, caught by Alan Kay.