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Anders Hejlsberg

Anders Hejlsberg is a prominent Danish software engineer who co-designed several popular and commercially successful programming languages and development tools. He was the chief architect of Delphi, he works for Microsoft as the lead architect of C# and core developer on TypeScript. Hejlsberg was born in Copenhagen and studied Electrical Engineering at the Technical University of Denmark. While at the university in 1980, he began writing programs for the Nascom microcomputer, including a Pascal compiler, marketed as the Blue Label Software Pascal for the Nascom-2. However, he soon rewrote it for CP/M and DOS, marketing it first as Compas Pascal and as PolyPascal; the product was licensed to Borland, integrated into an IDE to become the Turbo Pascal system. Turbo Pascal competed with PolyPascal; the compiler itself was inspired by the "Tiny Pascal" compiler in Niklaus Wirth's "Algorithms + Data Structures = Programs", one of the most influential computer science books of the time. In Borland's hands, Turbo Pascal became one of the most commercially successful Pascal compilers.

Hejlsberg remained with PolyData until the company came under financial stress and in 1989 he moved to California to become Chief Engineer at Borland. During this time he developed Turbo Pascal further and became the chief architect for the team that produced Delphi, which replaced Turbo Pascal. In 1996, Hejlsberg joined Microsoft. One of his first achievements was the Windows Foundation Classes. Since 2000, he has been the lead architect of the team developing the C# language. In 2012 Hejlsberg announced TypeScript, a superset of JavaScript. Hejlsberg received the 2001 Dr. Dobb's Excellence in Programming Award for his work on Turbo Pascal, Delphi, C# and the Microsoft. NET Framework. Together with Shon Katzenberger, Scott Wiltamuth, Todd Proebsting, Erik Meijer, Peter Hallam, Peter Sollich, Anders was awarded a Technical Recognition Award for Outstanding Technical Achievement for their work on the C# language in 2007. A video about this is available at Microsoft Channel 9; the C# Programming Language, 2nd edition, Addison-Wesley Professional, ISBN 0-321-33443-4, 2006-06-09 The C# Programming Language, 3rd edition, Addison-Wesley Professional, ISBN 0-321-56299-2, 2008-10-18 The C# Programming Language, 4th edition, Addison-Wesley Professional, ISBN 0-321-74176-5, ISBN 978-0-321-74176-9, October 2010 JavaWorld of 1997 writes how Hejlsberg went to Microsoft: Microsoft offered Anders Hejlsberg a signing bonus of US$500,000 and stock options.

Microsoft doubled the bonus to US$1,000,000. Hejlsberg left Borland in October 1996; the C# Design Process The Trouble with Checked Exceptions Delegates and Simplexity Versioning and Override Contracts and Interoperability Inappropriate Abstractions Generics in C#, Java and C++ CLR Design Choices Microsoft's Hejlsberg touts. NET, C-Omega technologies Deep Inside C#: An Interview with Microsoft Chief Architect Anders Hejlsberg C#: Yesterday and Tomorrow Video interview at channel9 Computerworld Interview with Anders on C# Anders Hejlsberg - Introducing TypeScript Life and Times of Anders Hejlsberg Anders Hejlsberg - Tour through computing industry history at the Microsoft Museum Anders Hejlsberg - What's so great about generics? Anders Hejlsberg - Programming data in C# 3.0 Anders Hejlsberg - What brought about the birth of the CLR Anders Hejlsberg - The. NET Show: The. NET Framework Anders Hejlsberg - The. NET Show: Programming in C# Anders Hejlsberg - More C# Talk from C#'s Architect Anders Hejlsberg - LINQ Anders Hejlsberg - Whiteboard with Anders Hejlsberg Anders Hejlsberg - LINQ and Functional Programming Outstanding Technical Achievement: C# Team Anders Hejlsberg - The Future of C# Anders Hejlsberg - The future of programming languages The Future of C# and Visual Basic

John Lowther du Plat Taylor

Colonel John Lowther du Plat Taylor CB VD was the founder of the Army Post Office Corps and the Post Office Rifles. Du Plat Taylor trained at the Royal Military College, but left in 1844 before he was commissioned, he joined the Consular Service and was posted to China but was invalided back home after just two years. He joined the General Post Office in 1852 and worked as a Private Secretary to the Secretary of the Post Office, Sir Rowland Hill and to Postmaster General, his lifelong association with the Volunteer Movement began in 1860 when he joined the Civil Service Rifle Volunteers as an ensign. He was promoted to Captain and by 1865 he held the rank of Major, he formed the 49th Middlesex Rifle Volunteers in 1868 and was its Commanding Officer until 1896. In 1880 the regiment was renumbered 24th Middlesex Rifle Volunteers and he was appointed its honorary Colonel on 27 February 1901, he proposed at his regiment's 1872 annual prize giving the formation of a reservist Telegraph and Postal Corps and in 1877 the War Office established a committee “to consider the formation of a Corps for the performance of Postal Duties in the Field”.

The War Office rejected the committee’s recommendation that such an organisation should be formed, reasoning that it would be too expensive. However, in mid July 1882 du Plat Taylor was authorised by the Postmaster General, Henry Fawcett and the Secretary of State for War, Hugh Childers to organise an Army Post Office Corps, on Saturday 22 July 1882 Queen Victoria issued a Royal Warrant to that effect; the Army Post Office Corps was formed from'M' Company 24th Middlesex Rifles Volunteers and deployed on active service during the 1882 Anglo-Egyptian War. Their service resulted in them becoming the first Volunteer unit to earn a Battle Honour; the APOC saw active service during the Suakin Expedition and the Second Boer War. In 1913 the APOC was reformed as the Royal Engineers Special Reserve, he resigned his position with the General Post Office in 1870 to take up a new appointment as the Secretary and General Manager of the East and West India Docks Company, at the time the largest docking operation in the world.

Between 1882–86, under his stewardship, the company purchased the marsh land upon, built Tilbury Docks. The Tilbury Docks were opened on 17 April 1886, he was at the helm of the company. He was awarded a CB in June 1887 for services to the Volunteer Movement. Du Plat Taylor died on 5 March 1904 and was buried with full military honours at Brookwood Cemetery near Woking, Surrey, he was born in 1829, the son of Captain John Taylor, Paymaster of Pensioners of the King's German Legion. He married Emily Emma Charlotte, the only daughter of the late William Corbet, High Sheriff of Leicestershire and the Honourable Mrs Emily Arabella Jane St. John Smith daughter of Henry St John, 4th Viscount Bolingbroke, 5th Viscount St John, of Bitteswell Hall, near Lutterworth, Leicestershire at the parish church of St Leonard’s-on-Sea, East Sussex on 2 February 1863, they had four sons: John Corbert Guthrie, St. John Louis Hyde, George Philip and Francis Maurice Gustavus, The maritime archaeologist, Joan du Plat Taylor, is his granddaughter although he died two years before she was born.

Lieutenant Colonel St. John Louis Hyde du Plat Taylor, DSO, Royal Artillery - Born on 22 January 1865 educated at Haileybury School and the Royal Military Academy. Woolwich He was commissioned in the Royal Artillery 9 December 1884. Major du Plat-Taylor served in the South African War, 1899–1900, taking part in operations in the Orange Free State in April 1900, he was present at the Relief of Mafeking. Operations in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, he was mentioned in Despatches. In recognition of services during the operations in South Africa", presented to him by the King 28 October 1901. Major Taylor retired 16 May 1906, he served in the European War, 1914–18, was mentioned in Despatches. He married Alice, sister of Sir John Purves-Hume Campbell, 8th Baronet, in 1904, they had Joan du Plat Taylor. He died in Purves Greenlaw Berwickshire, United Kingdom on 2 March 1936. Major George Philip Du Plat Taylor, OBE, Grenadier Guards, - Died 16 July 1926 married Miss Sydney Hilda Hutton Croft on 23 January 1896.

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2002 Big East Conference Baseball Tournament

The 2002 Big East Conference Baseball Tournament was held at Commerce Bank Ballpark in Bridgewater, NJ. This was the eighteenth annual Big East Conference Baseball Tournament; the Notre Dame Fighting Irish won their first tournament championship and claimed the Big East Conference's automatic bid to the 2002 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament. Notre Dame would go on to win five championships in a row; the Big East baseball tournament was a 4 team double elimination tournament in 2002. The top four regular season finishers were seeded one through four based on conference winning percentage only. * - Indicates game required 10 innings. Steve Stanley was the winner of the 2002 Jack Kaiser Award. Stanley was a senior center fielder for Notre Dame

Sedelnikov (ship)

Sedelnikov is a Cargo Ship, operating on the Lena River from the port of Osetrovo in the town of Ust-Kut. The vessel is named after regional specialist Alexander Sedelnikov; the Sedelnikov was travelling with a barge loaded with cars down the river from Osetrovo. As the Sedelnikov does not have cabins, the passengers slept in their cars. At 2:00 AM on 19 July 2002 she collided with the empty bulk-oil tanker RT-774, as the latter sailed up the river in the opposite direction to the Sedelnikov. Three vehicles being carried by the Sedelnikov, two Kamaz trucks and a GAZ-3110 car, fell into the river, killing six people. One of the Kamaz trucks blocked the river, only 3 metres -3.5 metres deep at the point of the collision. The Ministry of Emergency Situations sent divers and a crane vessel operating from the passenger ship Zarya to the scene. By 22 July the bodies had been recovered and the cars lifted from the river, allowing the waterway to be reopened. Early reports from the investigators indicated that there were breaches of safety precautions in the way the cars were being transported, as they should not have fallen from the ship in the event of a collision

Ginny Championships

The Virginia Slims Ginny Championships was a tennis tournament held in the United States in 1983 and 1984. It was played on indoor carpet courts and was the final to the preceding eight tournaments of the Ginny Circuit; the winners and finalists of the Ginny Circuit tournaments qualified for the championships. The circuit was aimed at up-and-coming players who were targeting entry into the top-ranks of women's tennis; the first edition of the championships was held in Honolulu and the second in Port St. Lucie, Florida; the total prize money for both editions was $100,000. The tournament ended after two editions because the Ginny Circuit was merged with the 1985 Virginia Slims World Championship Series. List of tennis tournaments 1984 ITF tournament edition details 1985 ITF tournament edition details

Warren Jowitt

Warren Jowitt known by the nickname of "Woz", is an English former professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1990s and 2000s, has coached in the 2000s and 2010s. He played at club level for the Stanley Rangers ARLFC, the Bradford Bulls, the Wakefield Trinity Wildcats, the Salford City Reds, Hull F. C. and the Dewsbury Rams, as a prop, second-row, or loose forward, has coached at club level for Dewsbury Rams, France. Warren Jowitt was born in West Yorkshire, Endland. In 2000, at the height of a financial crisis at the Wakefield Trinity Wildcats, the contracts of all players aged over 24 were terminated during September 2000; the players affected were. I want Dewsbury Rams job - Jowitt 2001 Super League Team-by-team guide Statistics at hullfc.com Stats → Past Players → J at hullfc.com Dewsbury Rams part company with Warren Jowitt Warren Jowitt leaves the Rams