Windows Pioneers

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The Windows Pioneers are the seven individuals who received awards from Microsoft in 1994 in recognition of their contributions to Microsoft Windows. Bill Gates presented each pioneer with an award.

The seven Windows Pioneers were:[1]

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  1. ^ Press Release on microsoft.com (Jeff Raikes, Group Vice President, Microsoft Information Worker Business)
  2. ^ Waite, Mitchell (1992). The Waite Group's Visual Basic How-To. Waite Group Press. ISBN 1-878739-09-3, ISBN 978-1-878739-09-4, pp. dedication page
  3. ^ "Microsoft's Top Software Architect, a Cloud Computing Advocate, Quits". New York Times. October 18, 2010. Retrieved 2010-10-19. ... Heralded as one of the world’s great programmers, Mr. Ozzie, before working for Microsoft, steered the creation of Lotus Notes, a popular e-mail and collaborative workspace software package. Then, during the dot-com boom, he started Groove Networks, another collaboration software maker, that swapped data using more modern techniques. ...

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