Dr. Mark Davis is a program director at IBM's Java Technology Center, Silicon Valley.
Mark co-founded the Unicode effort, and is the president of the Unicode Consortium. He is a principal co-author and editor of the Unicode Standard, Versions 1.0 and 2.0. Technically, he specializes in object-oriented design and in the architecture and implementation of international and text software: ranging from the years he spent programming in Switzerland, to co- authoring the Macintosh KanjiTalk and the Macintosh Script Manager (which later became WorldScript), to authoring the Arabic and Hebrew Macintosh systems, to architecting the CommonPoint international frameworks and most recently the bulk of the Java 1.1 international libraries.
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