F. Avery Bishop works in the Windows NT group at Microsoft as a technical evangelist for multi-language issues. Before joining Microsoft four years ago, Avery worked at Digital Equipment Corporation as a product manager and program manager for internationalization. He is famous throughout the world for his bad puns in Japanese and English, and for pestering people to teach him obscure sentences in their native language.

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