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Astral Beings and Wildlife
The astral dimension contains a wide variety of what could be called non-physical subtle energy life-forms; or as Carlos Castenada so aptly calls them: inorganic beings. Some of these have a positive nature (nice) and some seem have a negative nature (not so...
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Microsoft confirms Dave Cutler, father of Windows NT, now working on Xbox
Four years ago, Microsoft assembled a team, many with killer Windows pedigrees, to build Microsoft's public-cloud operating system, Windows Azure (codenamed "Red Dog.
Happy 30th, Windows: What we've loved through the years
Love it or hate it, Windows has exerted the single largest influence on one of the most important pursuits in human history. From its floppy disk origins to today's automagic updates from the cloud, Windows has found its way into every pore of personal ...
Computer History Museum Announces its 2016 Fellow Award Honorees
David Neil Cutler has written some of the most important operating systems of the past 30 years, including VAX VMS, RSX-11M and the Windows NT operating system and kernel, which has been the core of Windows operating systems ever since.
ACM/CSTA Cutler-Bell Prize in High School Computing
David Cutler, who is now a Senior Technical Fellow at Microsoft, is a software engineer, designer and developer of several operating systems including Windows NT at Microsoft and RSX-11M, VMS and VAXELN at Digital Equipment Corporation. Gordon Bell ...
Windows NT grandaddy OpenVMS taken out back, single gunshot heard
The architect of RSX-11M and VMS was Dave Cutler, who planned a portable, object-oriented successor, Mica, running on hardware codenamed Prism. When DEC wasn't interested, he and some of his team decamped to Microsoft, where they were given the ...

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