Murray Sargent III - Microsoft Corporation
A laser physicist and Professor of Optical Sciences at the University of Arizona for many years, Dr. Sargent has been a Senior Software Design Engineer at Microsoft since 1992 and works in the Word Business Unit on Unicode rich and plain-text edit controls and international text architecture. He is an author on many books and papers in laser physics and microcomputers and developed the SST debugger and PS Technical Word Processor. In 1988, he and another physicist, David Weise, got Windows 2.x to run in protected mode, thereby eliminating the 640KB RAM barrier and leading the way to Windows 3.0. He has been a member of the Unicode Technical Committee since 1995.
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