Charles Simonyi


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Charles Simonyi
Birthday
BirthplaceBudapest, Hungary
NationalityHungarian
Occupation
Software architect
Known for Hungarian notation, space tourism, style sheet (desktop publishing)

Charles Simonyi

(person)
Microsoft programmer, most famously responsible for Hungarian Notation.

Simonyi was born in Budapest in 1948, and for more than a decade was senior programmer at Microsoft in Redmond.

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