Lloyd Honomichl - INT'L.com

Lloyd Honomichl is a Senior Internationalization Engineer for International Communications, based in Boulder, Colorado. Previously he worked for Novell as the lead archetect of the International Product Development Group. In 1996 he was "loaned" to Sun Microsystem's Javasoft division and co-authored the character conversion classes for JDK 1.1. Lloyd has been involved with the Unicode Consortium since 1990, including serving as Novell's representative to the Unicode Technical Committee from 1991-1999, chairing the conference committee for the first Unicode Conference in Tokyo in 1994, and serving on the conference review board since that time. He currently resides in Provo, Utah and fritters away his free time consulting with local software firms and dabbling in real estate.

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