Ken Arnold, Sun Microsystems
Ken Arnold, a Senior Staff Engineer with Sun Microsystems, is one of the original JiniTM technology architects, currently the Community Source lead. Ken was the original lead architect of JavaSpaces. He is a leading expert in object-oriented design and implementation and is co-author on several books. He also wrote extensively on C and C++ topics for UNIX Review, Before coming to Sun, Ken's experience includes being part of the original Hewlett-Packard architectural team designing CORBA, several user interface and UNIX projects at Apollo Computers, and molecular graphics at U.C. San Francisco. In olden days, he was part of the 4BSD team at U.C. Berkeley, where he created the curses library package for terminal-independent screen-oriented programs, and was co-author, with Mike Toy and Glen Wichman, of the computer game rogue. He received his A.B. in Computer Science from U.C. Berkeley in 1985.