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Larry Breed


Just as soon as he got an MS in Computer Science from Stanford in 1965, Larry Breed headed east for the best job of his career: helping Ken Iverson transform his notation into APL, and implementing a series of interactive systems for the language. He and two coworkers received the ACM's Grace Murray Hopper award in 1973. He led APL file system and e-mail development, and helped develop the ANSI APL Standard. More recently he has helped put on numerous large-scale art events.

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