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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That quotation on the wall, from Alan Kay, is the company's No.
Alan Kay, an early computer scientist, once said, "Technology is anything that wasn't around when you were born.
Inside Xerox, the Alto was known as an "interim Dynabook," a reference to the prototype for a portable machine envisaged by the Xerox computer scientist Alan Kay.
Valee, "the voice behind the mask," is a surprise musical act, Floyd and B'nay dance attractively, Bob Bemand brings his comedy pigeons, Nat Hope and Doreen Ray have a friendly argument, and Alan Kay and Gloria figure in a novelty balancing act.
Alan Kay, 80, of Almondbury, was Clerk at the former Huddersfield Magistrates' Court for 23 years, between 1969 and 1992.
NORTH WARWICKSHIRE Men's stableford: 1 Alan Kay 44pts, 2 Alan Sharratt 44, 3 Phil Clewlow 42.
Show contestants include Josh Chavez, Dustin Feher, Alan Kay, Sam Larson, Brant McGee, Lucas Miller, Mitch Mitchell, Joe Robinet, Wayne Russel and Chris Weatherman.
Alan Kay, who is 74, is one of the fathers of personal computing: at Xerox PARC, during the 1970s, he was part of the team that developed the networked stations that inspired the first Apple computers.
This follows from Alan Kay and Adele Goldberg's claim in the 1970s that their computer platform qualified as a new "metamedium" (p.
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.
Alan Kay (Sproull, 2010), quien fuera galardonado con el Turing Awards en 2003 por su gran aporte a la informatica.