Jim Brown (computer scientist)

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Jim Brown
Nationality American
Occupation Computer software manager
Known for APL2

James A. Brown was manager of the group within IBM responsible for the APL2 program product. APL2 was first available on IBM mainframes in 1980, and was later available under Linux, Unix, and Windows. Brown was later a founder of Smart Arrays and has held a senior position in the company for many years. Brown was the 1993 recipient of the Iverson Award from the Association for Computing Machinery.[1]

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