Documentation Documentation
Identifiant IdRef : 032592469
Notice de type Personne

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Raskin, Jef (1943-2005)


Langue d'expression : Anglais
Pays : Etats-Unis
Date de naissance : 09 -  03 -  1943
Date de mort : 26 -  02 -  2005
Genre : Masculin


Note publique d'information : 
Mathématicien, informaticien, philosophe, artiste à l'origine du Macintosh


Internet, alt.obituaries, 2005-03-01

Information trouvée : The Digibarn Computer Museum reports that Jef Raskin, human-computer interface expert who began the Macintosh project for Apple Computer died on Saturday, February 26th, 2005. Raskin was born March 9, 1943.Jef Raskin was the human-computer interface expert who began the Macintosh project for Apple Computer and was the author of The Humane Interface, which in large part builds on his earlier work with the Canon Cat. Raskin received a B.S. Mathematics and B.A. in Philosophy from the State University of New York and an M.S. in Computer Science from the Pennsylvania State University. As an assistant professor at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), he taught classes ranging from computer science to photography. Raskin joined Apple in January 1978. Raskin was also an accomplished musician and artist. His artwork was once displayed at New York's Museum of Modern Art and he conducted the San Francisco Chamber Opera Society. He also was a model airplane designer, an archer and an occasional racecar driver.

Inversions / by Scott Kim ; foreword Douglas R. Hofstadter ; Backword Jef Raskin, 1989

Autres identifiants

Identifiant BNF : FRBNF123592829
Identifiant ISNI : 0000000108850585

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