Mr. Ienup Sung:
During the first eight months of 1997 he also worked for Server Globalization Technology group of Oracle Corp. on Oracle8 RDBMS NLS issues.
Before then, he worked at Global Products Engineering group of SunSoft, Inc. as a member of technical staff since 1992. During that time period, he had been actively involved in many projects including Solaris X11R5/R6 XIM development projects, SunOS 5.6 Codeset Independence (CSI) project, Solaris I18N/L10N projects since Solaris 2.1 to 2.6 Beta, X/Open Layout Services specification work and its prototype project at CDE/Motif 1.0 for the support of bidi- and context-sensitive languages in Motif, and so on. He also worked on UTF-8 locale creation project of Solaris 2.6 as technical lead.
Prior to Sun, he worked at TriGem Computer, Inc. and Human Computers, Inc. at Korea as a technical lead to port Hangul desktop publishing system from MS-Windows environment to Unix/X/Motif environment. During that time he designed and developed Win32 and Graphics Device Interface (GDI) emulation library and PostScript printer drivers by using X/Motif.
He received his M.S. in Computer Science from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology and B.S. in Computer Science from Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Korea. His major was parallel computation in object- oriented language system virtual machine on distributed operating system.
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