Kentaro Noji - IBM Japan, Ltd.
Kentaro Noji joined IBM Japan as a software engineer in 1994. He has been mainly working for providing technical support on software Globalization in the area of web server products. Currently he has another responsibility which is Linux locales' opensource project at IBM developerWorks. He belongs to Globalization Center of Competency, Yamato in IBM.
Co-author - Tetsuji Orita - IBM Japan, Ltd.
Since joining IBM Japan in 1986, Tetsuji(Tet) Orita has been working mainly in the area of Internationalization for focusing on Asian double-byte character set countries. Currently he is responsible for the character code standardization of double-byte character set in IBM.
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