Microsoft's chief software architect
I know Ray a little from my days at Lotus Development where I helped ensure that Lotus Notes was designed as a global product (one that could be cost effectively localized into a multitude of languages other than English - including some of the more interesting ones such as Arabic, Japanese and Chinese).
He is a very unassuming guy but one of the brightest brains on the planet when it comes to understanding collaborative technologies.
For more about him take a look at this Wired Magazine article.
Blog PostThe early history of Lotus Notes
Gurteen Knowledge-Log, David Gurteen, 13 April 2002
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Sites to watch for news of what's next
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Ray Ozzie launchesTalko - an app for collaborative voice communications
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PersonRay Ozzie Microsoft's chief software architect
QuotationOn centrally deployed business systems by Ray Ozzie Microsoft's chief software architect
Quotations from Ray Ozzie:
We should distrust any elaborately planned, centrally deployed, and carefully developed business system or process. Successful systems and processes will be agile and dynamically adaptive; they'll grow and evolve as needed over time.
Ray Ozzie, Microsoft's chief software architect
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