In Pictures: Celebrating Unix heroes

This presentation features the early Unix pioneers and their contributions to the computer industry.

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David Korn David Korn began working at Bell Labs in 1976. He developed the Korn shell (a liaison program between users and the operating system), which was more accommodating for him and his colleagues than the C and Bourne shells; and UWIN, an X/Open library for Win32 systems, among many other achievements. He’s written two books, dozens of papers, and volumes of documentation about Unix and its progression. Korn still works at AT&T Labs.

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