Yves Arrouye - RealNames Corporation
Yves Arrouye graduated in 1995 from the INPG in Grenoble, France, with a Ph.D. in Computer Science. He then moved to California to join NeXT Software, Inc. where he was instrumental in NeXT's Java efforts. He joined RealNames Corporation in 1998, where he designed and implemented the international RealNames system, including RealNames' own Unicode library. He now concentrates on the overall architecture of the RealNames platform, support for new international markets and universal availability of Internet Keywords.
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