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Russell Crook,
a Canadian physicist, computer scientist, and systems engineer at Sun Microsystems, Canada [1], now part of Oracle Corporation. Russell Crook has a B.Sc. degree in Physics from the University of Waterloo [2], where he was co-author of the successful mainframe programs Ribbit [3] and its successor Treefrog [4] in the mid 70s, along with Ron Hansen, Jim Parry, and Gary Calnek.

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References

  1. ^ Sun MicrosystemsTechnology Futures Seminar (pdf)
  2. ^ CMG Canada Conference: April 13th - April 14th 1999 (Toronto)
  3. ^ Ribbit from Canadian Chess - Topics
  4. ^ Monty Newborn (1977). Summary of the ACM Sixth U.S. Computer Chess Championship, from The Best of Creative Computing Volume 2, edited by David Ahl, hosted by AtariArchives.org » ACM 1975

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