Robert Carr (programmer)
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|Born||1956 (age 58–59)|
|Alma mater||Stanford University|
Robert Carr (born 1956) is credited as the architect of GO Corporation's PenPoint OS. He subsequently served as Vice President of the AutoCAD Market Group at Autodesk, Inc., where he led Internet work, managed 330 staff and was responsible for its flagship product, AutoCAD. He also created the Framework integrated office suite.
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- Schindler, Esther (4 November 2010). "Programmers who defined the tech industry: Where are they now? - programming, software development". PC World Business. Retrieved 16 June 2012.
- Susan Lammers: Programmers at Work - Interviews (ISBN 0-914845-71-3), Microsoft Press 1986. In depth interviews with PC Software pioneers including Dan Bricklin, Robert Carr, Bill Gates and Andy Hertzfeld.
- Robert Carr, Dan Shafer: The Power of PenPoint (ISBN 0-201577-63-1), Addison-Wesley 1991. Outlines a vision for pen computing and provides a detailed description of the unique user interface and architecture of the PenPoint operating system.
- Tapping the SaaS Potential
- Interview of Robert Carr about framework
- Robert's current startup, Keep and Share
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