Have ANY of their software developers ever won this award?
A Microsoft researcher has received the Turing Award in recognition for his pioneering work in personal computing hardware and networking technology development. Chuck Thacker, 67, received the computing industry's equivalent of a Nobel prize on Tuesday for his work on the Alto personal computer and Ethernet networking at …
>'expressed surprising at receiving the award'
>'before going on to focus of developing a'
This article is like a beta release with a note to the testers to report the bugs!
Only popped back to see if the first line had been corrected - I don't know why I bothered.
Ok, Ok, I'm going....
still Most of Us
wanna be Bill
wanna Meet Him
wanna see him
wanna talk to him
wanna work for him
But the Problem is we can not Replicate what he did
That is He made Billions Of $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ buy giving US Micro$hit
In reality this is the only way to run a succesful Business $pecially in U$WORLD
When someone tries to be clever and tells you to think outside the box and if you can restrain yourself from doing him damage, do you ask "what box?" Or do you simply make more boxes.
This fellow has made more boxes for the rest of us to escape. Not a bad career move, but still just one which makes another set of limitations.
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