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Hm..in the upcoming posts I would be posting on the topic as mentioned above(um..it has become much of boring I guess! 😛 ) Anyway, I’ll be posting about them,so  just enjoy! 🙂

 Vic Hayes:Father of Wi-Fi

Vic Hayes

Vic Hayes

Hayes is a Dutch-born electrical engineer who worked at NCR Corp. and later Agere. He’s known less for technological wizardry than for his diplomatic skills. As chairman of the IEEE 802.11 working group for wireless LANs, he was instrumental in developing the standards that led to the success of 802.11 wireless LANs. Today, he is Senior Research Fellow at Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands.
Visit the following link for the interview!  http://news.cnet.com/1200-1070-975460.html

James Gosling:Father of Java

James Gosling

James Gosling

Canada-born Gosling was born to code. While working on a doctorate in computer science from Carnegie-Mellon, he wrote a multiprocessor version of Unix. At Sun, he is credited with inventing the Java programming language in 1991. In a blog posting in 2006, he noted that neither his wife nor his kids had ever seen him without a beard, which he had to shave off prior to having surgery for sleep apnea.

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Source: Infoworld

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