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Who's Who in IT: Question #2

Who's Who in IT: Question #2

 

 
Use the clues below to help you identify an important person in IT.

- When I was 11 years old, I learned about how computers work by typing in BASIC programs on my grandfather's Commodore VIC-20.

- In 1992, I released the first version of my own operating system.

- My autobiography is entitled: "Just for Fun: The Story of an Accidental Revolutionary".

- My wife, Tove, is a six-time Finnish karate champ.

Who am I? _________________________________


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Answer:Linus Torvalds, creator of Linux.

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Who's Who in IT: Question #1
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