John Ousterhout


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John Ousterhout
Birthday
BirthplaceSolano County
EducationBachelor's degree in physics, Ph.D in computer science
Known for Tcl, Tk, Magic

John Ousterhout

(person)
/oh'st*r-howt/ John K. Ousterhout, the designer of Tcl and Tk, and founder of Scriptics.

See also: Ousterhout's dichotomy.

E-mail: john.ousterhout@scriptics.com.
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Mountain View California-based Scriptics, run by Tcl's creator John Ousterhout, is now offering improved I/O performance and security for internet applications written using TCI, along with Y2K compliance testing for Tcl applications.
I've tried to put open source in the broader context of collaborative software development, while four open-source pioneers, Linus Torvalds (Linux), Larry Wall (Perl, patch, rn), Roy Fielding (Apache), and John Ousterhout (Tcl/tk), provide background on their own work.
This language was originally developed by John Ousterhout at the University of California, Berkeley, to control electronic design automation software.
The difficulties with using threads are well summarized by John Ousterhout.(1)
JOHN OUSTERHOUT (john.ousterhout@scriptics.com) is CEO of Scriptics Corporation; www.scriptics.com
Scriptics was formed last year by TCL author John Ousterhout, who left Sun Laboratories after getting impatient over Sun Microsystems Inc's reluctance to turn TCL from research into a commercial product.
4 This term was coined by Professor John Ousterhout at U.C.
John Ousterhout, Computer Science Division, Department of EECS, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720.