科技: 人物 企业 技术 IT业 TMT
科普: 自然 科学 科幻 宇宙 科学家
通信: 历史 技术 手机 词典 3G馆
索引: 分类 推荐 专题 热点 排行榜
互联网: 广告 营销 政务 游戏 google
新媒体: 社交 博客 学者 人物 传播学
新思想: 网站 新书 新知 新词 思想家
图书馆: 文化 商业 管理 经济 期刊
网络文化: 社会 红人 黑客 治理 亚文化
创业百科: VC 词典 指南 案例 创业史
前沿科技: 清洁 绿色 纳米 生物 环保
知识产权: 盗版 共享 学人 法规 著作
用户名: 密码: 注册 忘记密码?
    创建新词条
科技百科
  • 人气指数: 60260 次
  • 编辑次数: 22 次 历史版本
  • 更新时间: 2011-01-21
admin
admin
发短消息
高兴
高兴
发短消息
相关词条
程序员列表大全
程序员列表大全
美国融资额最高的20家企业列表
美国融资额最高的20家企业列表
Web开发与设计语言大盘点
Web开发与设计语言大盘点
10大最富有科技公司排名
10大最富有科技公司排名
IT精英人物列表
IT精英人物列表
著名计算器公司
著名计算器公司
互联网列表大全
互联网列表大全
游戏列表大全
游戏列表大全
CEO列表大全
CEO列表大全
计算机科学列表大全
计算机科学列表大全
推荐词条
希拉里二度竞选
希拉里二度竞选
《互联网百科系列》
《互联网百科系列》
《黑客百科》
《黑客百科》
《网络舆情百科》
《网络舆情百科》
《网络治理百科》
《网络治理百科》
《硅谷百科》
《硅谷百科》
2017年特斯拉
2017年特斯拉
MIT黑客全纪录
MIT黑客全纪录
桑达尔·皮查伊
桑达尔·皮查伊
阿里双十一成交额
阿里双十一成交额
最新词条

热门标签

微博侠 数字营销2011年度总结 政务微博元年 2011微博十大事件 美国十大创业孵化器 盘点美国导师型创业孵化器 盘点导师型创业孵化器 TechStars 智能电视大战前夜 竞争型国企 公益型国企 2011央视经济年度人物 Rhianna Pratchett 莱恩娜·普莱契 Zynga与Facebook关系 Zynga盈利危机 2010年手机社交游戏行业分析报告 游戏奖励 主流手机游戏公司运营表现 主流手机游戏公司运营对比数据 创建游戏原型 正反馈现象 易用性设计增强游戏体验 易用性设计 《The Sims Social》社交亮 心理生理学与游戏 Kixeye Storm8 Storm8公司 女性玩家营销策略 休闲游戏的创新性 游戏运营的数据分析 社交游戏分析学常见术语 游戏运营数据解析 iPad风行美国校园 iPad终结传统教科书 游戏平衡性 成长类型及情感元素 鸿蒙国际 云骗钱 2011年政务微博报告 《2011年政务微博报告》 方正产业图谱 方正改制考 通信企业属公益型国企 善用玩家作弊行为 手机游戏传播 每用户平均收入 ARPU值 ARPU 游戏授权三面观 游戏设计所运用的化学原理 iOS应用人性化界面设计原则 硬核游戏 硬核社交游戏 生物测量法研究玩家 全球移动用户 用户研究三部曲 Tagged转型故事 Tagged Instagram火爆的3大原因 全球第四大社交网络Badoo Badoo 2011年最迅猛的20大创业公司 病毒式传播功能支持的游戏设计 病毒式传播功能 美国社交游戏虚拟商品收益 Flipboard改变阅读 盘点10大最难iPhone游戏 移动应用设计7大主流趋势 成功的设计文件十个要点 游戏设计文件 应用内置付费功能 内置付费功能 IAP功能 IAP IAP模式 游戏易用性测试 生理心理游戏评估 游戏化游戏 全美社交游戏规模 美国社交游戏市场 全球平板电脑出货量 Facebook虚拟商品收益 Facebook全球广告营收 Facebook广告营收 失败游戏设计的数宗罪名 休闲游戏设计要点 玩游戏可提高认知能力 玩游戏与认知能力 全球游戏广告 独立开发者提高工作效率的100个要点 Facebook亚洲用户 免费游戏的10种创收模式 人类大脑可下载 2012年最值得期待的20位硅谷企业家 做空中概股的幕后黑手 做空中概股幕后黑手 苹果2013营收 Playfish社交游戏架构

程序员列表大全 发表评论(2) 编辑词条


目录

[显示全部]

维基百科著名程序员列表大全编辑本段回目录

A
Scott Adams- one of the earliest developers of CP/M and DOS games
Leonard Adleman - co-inventor of the RSA algorithm (the A in the name stands for Adleman), coined the term computer virus
Alfred Aho - co-creator of AWK programming language (the A in the name stands for Aho), and main author of the famous Dragon book
JJ Allaire - creator of ColdFusion Application Server, CFML programming language
Paul Allen - Altair BASIC, Applesoft II BASIC, co-founded Microsoft
Eric Allman - sendmail, syslog
Marc Andreessen - co-creator of Mosaic, co-founder of Netscape
Bill Atkinson - QuickDraw, HyperCard
 
B
John Backus - FORTRAN, BNF
Richard Bartle - MUD, with Roy Trubshaw, the father of MUDs
Kent Beck - Created Extreme Programming and co-creator of JUnit
Donald Becker - Linux Ethernet drivers, Beowulf clustering
Doug Bell - Dungeon Master series of computer games
Fabrice Bellard - Creator of the FFMPEG open codec library and QEMU virtualization tools
Tim Berners-Lee - inventor of the World Wide Web
Daniel J. Bernstein - djbdns, qmail
Eric Bina - co-creator of Mosaic web browser
Marc Blank - co-creator of Zork
Joshua Bloch - core Java language designer, lead the Java collections framework project
Bert Bos - author of Argo web browser, co-author of Cascading Style Sheets
David Bradley - coder on the IBM PC project team who wrote the Control-Alt-Delete keyboard handler, embedded in all PC-compatible BIOSes
Andrew Braybrook - video games Paradroid and Uridium
Larry Breed - co-developer of APL\360
Jack E. Bresenham - creator of Bresenham's line algorithm
Dan Bricklin - co-creator of VisiCalc, the first personal spreadsheet program
Walter Bright - Digital Mars, First C++ compiler, author of the D programming Language.
Richard Brodie - Microsoft Word
Grady Booch - Co-creator of Unified Modeling Language
Andries Brouwer - Hack, former maintainer of man pager man(1), Linux kernel hacker
Danielle Bunten Berry (Dani Bunten) - M.U.L.E., multiplayer video game
C
Steve Capps - co-creator of Macintosh and Newton
John D. Carmack - first person shooters Doom, Quake
Vinton Cerf - TCP/IP, NCP
Ward Christensen - Wrote the first BBS (Bulletin Board System) system CBBS
Bram Cohen - BitTorrent protocol design and implementation
Alan Cooper - Visual Basic
Alan Cox - a developer of the Linux kernel
Brad Cox - Objective-C
Mike Cowlishaw - REXX and NetRexx, LEXX editor, image processing, decimal arithmetic packages
Mark Crispin - inventor of IMAP, author of UW-IMAP, one of the reference implementations of IMAP4
Pamela Crossley - creator of SIMPLE for academic management of web pages
Ward Cunningham - inventor of the Wiki concept
William Crowther - Colossal Cave Adventure
Dave Cutler - architect of VMS, Windows NT
 
D
Ole-Johan Dahl - co-creator of SIMULA
James Duncan Davidson - creator of Tomcat, now part of the Jakarta Project
L. Peter Deutsch - Ghostscript, Assembler for PDP-1, XDS-940 timesharing system, QED original co-author
Edsger Dijkstra - contributions to ALGOL, Dijkstra's algorithm, Goto Statement Considered Harmful
Matt Dillon - programmer of various software including DICE and DragonflyBSD
Martin Dougiamas - creator and lead developer of Moodle
Adam Dunkels - author of the Contiki operating system, the lwIP and uIP embedded TCP/IP stacks, inventor of protothreads
 
E
Les Earnest - author of the finger program
Brendan Eich - creator of JavaScript
Larry Ellison - co-creator of Oracle database, co-founder of Oracle Corporation
Marc Ewing - creator of Red Hat Linux
 
F
Dan Farmer - Creator of COPS and SATAN Security Scanners
Stuart Feldman - creator of make, author of Fortran 77 compiler, part of original group that created Unix
David Filo - co-creator of Yahoo!
Brad Fitzpatrick - creator of memcached and Livejournal
Andrew Fluegelman - author PC-Talk communications software; he is considered one of the fathers of shareware
Brian Fox - creator of Bash, Readline, GNU Finger, Meta-HTML
Jim Fruchterman - founder of Arkenstone (now part of Freedom Scientific) and Benetech, created scanners for blind people
 
G
Elon Gasper - co-founded Bright Star Technology, patented realistic facial movements for in-game speech. HyperAnimator, Alphabet Blocks, etc.
Bill Gates - Altair BASIC, co-founded Microsoft
Steve Gibson - creator of SpinRite
Adele Goldberg - co-inventor of Smalltalk
Ryan C. Gordon (a.k.a. Icculus) - Lokigames, ioquake3, MojoSetup, etc
James Gosling - Java, Gosling Emacs, NeWS
Bill Gosper - Macsyma, Lisp machine, hashlife, helped Donald Knuth on Vol.2 of The Art of Computer Programming (Semi-numerical algorithms)
Andrew Gower - RuneScape Classic, RuneScape, co-founded Jagex
Paul Gower - RuneScape Classic, RuneScape, co-founded Jagex
Paul Graham - Yahoo! Store, On Lisp, ANSI Common Lisp
John Graham-Cumming - author of POPFile, a Bayesian filter-based e-mail classifier
Ralph Griswold - co-creator of SNOBOL and creator of Icon programming language
Richard Greenblatt - Lisp machine, Incompatible Timesharing System, MacHack
Scott Guthrie, (a.k.a. ScottGu) - ASP.NET Creator
Andi Gutmans - co-creator of PHP programming language
 
H
Jim Hall - started the FreeDOS project
David Heinemeier Hansson - created the Ruby on Rails framework for developing web applications.
David Albert Huffman - created the Huffman Code compression algorithm.
Rebecca Heineman - Author of Bard's Tale III: Thief of Fate and Dragon Wars.
Anders Hejlsberg - Turbo Pascal, Borland Delphi, C#
Ted Henter - founder of Henter-Joyce (now part of Freedom Scientific) creator of Jaws, screen reader software for blind people
Andy Hertzfeld - co-creator of Macintosh, co-founder of General Magic, co-founder of Eazel
Rich Hickey - creator of the Clojure programming language
D. Richard Hipp - creator of SQLite
C. A. R. Hoare - first implementation of quicksort, Algol 60 compiler, Communicating sequential processes
James Holmes - Committer on Struts project, create of Struts Console
Grace Hopper - Navy Mark I computer, FLOW-MATIC
Dave Hyatt - co-author of Mozilla Firefox
 
I
Miguel de Icaza- GNOME project leader, initiator of the Mono project
Roberto Ierusalimschy - Lua leading architect
Dan Ingalls - co-inventor of Smalltalk and Bitblt
Geir Ivarsøy - co-creator of Opera web browser
Ken Iverson - APL, J
Toru Iwatani - creator of Pac-Man
J
Bo Jangeborg - Sinclair ZX Spectrum games
Paul Jardetzky - author of the server program for the first webcam
Lynne Jolitz - 386BSD
Rod Johnson - creator of the Spring framework
Bill Joy - BSD, vi; co-founded Sun Microsystems
Robert K. Jung - creator of ARJ
 
K
Mitch Kapor - Lotus 1-2-3, founded Lotus Development Corporation
Phil Katz - creator of the ZIP file format, author of PKZIP
Alan Kay - Smalltalk, Dynabook, Object-oriented programming, Squeak
Mel Kaye - a real programmer[1]
John Kemeny - co-inventor of BASIC
Stan Kelly-Bootle - Manchester Mark 1, The Devil's DP Dictionary
Brian Kernighan - co-creator of AWK programming language (the K in the name stands for Kernighan), author of ditroff text-formatting tool
Tom Knight - Incompatible Timesharing System
Jim Knopf - aka Jim Button, author PC-File flatfile database; he is considered one of the fathers of shareware
Donald E. Knuth - TeX, CWEB, Metafont, The Art of Computer Programming, Concrete Mathematics
 
L
Tom Lane - primary author of libjpeg, major developer of PostgreSQL
Butler Lampson - QED original co-author
Sam Lantinga - creator of SDL
Dick Lathwell - co-developer of APL\360
Samuel J Leffler - BSD, FlexFAX, libtiff, FreeBSD Wireless Device Drivers
Rasmus Lerdorf - original creator of PHP
Håkon Wium Lie - co-author of Cascading Style Sheets
Robert Love - Linux kernel developer
Ada Lovelace - First programmer (of Babbage Machines)
Al Lowe - father of the Leisure Suit Larry series
 
M
Raphael Manfredi - contributions to Perl, software architect and maintainer of gtk-gnutella
Khaled Mardam-Bey - Creator of mIRC (Internet Relay Chat Client)
Craig McClanahan - original author of Jakarta Struts, architect of Tomcat Catalina servlet container
Daniel D. McCracken - professor at City College and author of Guide to Algol Programming, Guide to Cobol Programming, Guide to Fortran Programming (1957)
Douglas McIlroy - pipes and filters, concept of software componentry, Unix tools (spell, diff, sort, join, graph, speak, tr, etc.)
Shawn McKenzie - AutoTheme
Marshall Kirk McKusick - BSD, work on FFS, implementor of soft updates
Bertrand Meyer - Eiffel, Object-oriented Software Construction, Design by contract
Bob Miner - co-creator of Oracle database, co-founder of Oracle Corporation
Jeff Minter - Psychedelic, and often llama-related video games
Lou Montulli - creator of Lynx browser, cookies, the blink tag, server push and client pull, HTTP proxying, HTTP over SSL, browser integration with animated GIFs, founding member of HTML working group at W3C
Bram Moolenaar - author of text-editor Vim
David Moon - Maclisp, ZetaLisp
Charles H. Moore - inventor of the Forth programming language
Roger Moore - co-developer of APL\360, creator of IPSANET, co-founder of I.P. Sharp Associates
Mike Muuss - author of ping, network tool to detect hosts
 
N
Patrick Naughton - early Java designer, xlock, HotJava
Peter Naur- Backus-Naur form, ALGOL 60
Col Needham- creator of the Internet Movie Database (IMDb)
Graham Nelson- creator of the Inform authoring system for Interactive fiction
Peter Norton- programmer of the famous file manager program, Norton Commander
O
Ed Oates - co-creator of Oracle database, co-founder of Oracle Corporation
Steve O'Donnell - founder of GOAL Systems, lead developer of WDU, Westi, creater of independent DOS utilities, developer of Prompt
Jarkko Oikarinen - creator of Internet Relay Chat (IRC)
Andrew and Philip Oliver, The Oliver Twins - Many Sinclair ZX Spectrum games including Dizzy
John Ousterhout - creator of Tcl/Tk
Mark Overmars - Professor, Well known for creation of Game Maker
 
P
Alexey Pajitnov - inventor of the game Tetris on the Electronica 60
Seymour Papert - Logo programming language
Tim Paterson - author of 86-DOS (QDOS)
Jeffrey Peterson - key free and open source software architect, creator of Quepasa
Charles Petzold - author of many Microsoft Windows programming books
Rob Pike - Wrote first bitmapped window system for Unix, co-creator of UTF-8 character encoding, author of text editor sam and programming environment acme, main author of Plan 9 and Inferno operating systems
Kent Pitman - technical contributor to the ANSI Common Lisp standard
Q
R
Theo de Raadt - Founding member of NetBSD, founder of OpenBSD and OpenSSH
Jef Raskin - started the Macintosh project in Apple Computer, designed Canon Cat computer, developed The Humane Environment program
Eric Raymond - Open Source movement, author of fetchmail
Hans Reiser - Creator of the ReiserFS file system
John Resig - Creator and lead developer of the jQuery JavaScript library
Craig Reynolds - Creator of the boids computer graphics simulation
Dennis Ritchie - C, Unix, Plan 9 from Bell Labs, Inferno
Ron Rivest - co-inventor of the RSA algorithm (the R in the name stands for Rivest)
John Romero- first person shooters Doom, Quake
Blake Ross - co-author of Mozilla Firefox
Jeff Rulifson - Lead programmer on the NLS project
Rusty Russell - Creator of iptables for linux
Steve Russell - First Lisp interpreter; original Spacewar! graphic computer game.
 
S
Bob Sabiston - Rotoshop, interpolating rotoscope animation software
Carl Sassenrath - Amiga, REBOL
Chris Sawyer - Developer of Roller Coaster Tycoon and the Transport Tycoon series
Bill Schelter - GNU Maxima, GNU Common Lisp
Randal L. Schwartz - Just another Perl hacker
Adi Shamir - co-inventor of the RSA algorithm (the S in the name stands for Shamir)
Mike Shaver - Founding member of the Mozilla Organization
Cliff Shaw - IPL, the first AI language
Zed Shaw - Wrote the Mongrel Web Server, for Ruby web applications.
Emily Short - prolific writer of Interactive fiction and co-developer of Inform version 7
Jacek Sieka - Developer of DC++ an open-source, peer-to-peer file-sharing client
Ken Silverman - creator of Duke Nukem 3D's graphics engine
Charles Simonyi - Hungarian notation, Microsoft Word
Colin Simpson - developer of CircuitLogix simulation software
Rich Skrenta - co-founder of the Open Directory Project
Matthew Smith - Sinclair ZX Spectrum games, including Manic Miner and Jet Set Willy
Henry Spencer - C News, Regex
Quentin Stafford-Fraser - author of the original VNC viewer, first Windows VNC server, client program for the first webcam
Richard Stallman - Emacs, GCC, GDB, founder and pioneer of the GNU Project, terminal-independent I/O pioneer on ITS, Lisp machine manual (chineual)
Guy Steele - Common Lisp, Scheme
Alexander Stepanov- creator of Standard Template Library
Zeev Suraski - co-creator of PHP programming language
Tim Sweeney - The Unreal engine, UnrealScript, ZZT
 
T
Audrey "Autrijus" Tang - designer of Pugs
Simon Tatham - NASM, PuTTY
Tomaž Tekavec - one of the main developers of NConstruct
Larry Tesler - the PUB markup language, the Smalltalk browser, debugger and inspector, and (with Tim Mott) the Gypsy word processor
Jon Stephenson von Tetzchner - co-creator of the Opera web browser
Avie Tevanian - author of the Mach kernel
Ken Thompson - main designer and author of Unix, Plan 9 and Inferno operating systems, B and Bon programming languages (precursors of C), inventor of UTF-8 character encoding, introduced regular expressions in QED.
Michael Tiemann - G++, GCC
Linus Torvalds - original author and current maintainer of the Linux kernel and creator of Git, a source code management system
Leonard H. Tower Jr. - GCC & GNU diff
Michael Toy - co-developer of the computer game Rogue
Andrew Tridgell - Samba, Rsync
Roy Trubshaw - MUD - together with Richard Bartle, the father of MUDs
Bob Truel - co-founder of the Open Directory Project
U
V
Wietse Venema - Postfix, SATAN, TCP Wrapper
Paul Vixie - BIND, Cron
Patrick Volkerding - Original author and the current maintainer of the Slackware Linux Distribution
 
W
Larry Wall - Warp (1980s space-war game), rn, patch, Perl
Bob Wallace - author PC-Write word processor; he is considered one of the fathers of shareware
John Walker - co-founder of Autodesk
John Warnock - creator of PostScript
Pei-Yuan Wei - author of Viola, one of the earliest graphical browsers
Peter J. Weinberger - co-creator of AWK (programming language) (the W in the name stands for Weinberger)
Andrew Welch - author of Maelstrom, Snapz Pro; founder of Ambrosia Software
David Wheeler - co-inventor of the subroutine; designer of WAKE; co-designer of Tiny Encryption Algorithm, XTEA, Burrows-Wheeler transform.
Bruce Wilcox - father of Computer Go, programmed NEMESIS Go Master.
Evan Williams Creator and co-founder of twitter
Roberta Williams and Ken Williams -- Sierra Entertainment, King's Quest, graphic adventure game
Sophie Wilson - Designer of the instruction set for the Acorn RISC Machine, author of BBC BASIC.
Dave Winer - developed XML-RPC, Frontier scripting language
Niklaus Wirth - Pascal, Modula-2, Oberon
Stephen Wolfram - creator of Mathematica
Don Woods - INTERCAL, Colossal Cave Adventure
Steve Wozniak - Breakout, Apple Integer BASIC, founded Apple Computer (with Steve Jobs)
Will Wright - Created the Sim City series and co-founded Maxis
 
X
Y
Jerry Yang - co-creator of Yahoo!
Victor Yngve - author of first string processing language, COMIT
Z
Jamie Zawinski - Lucid Emacs, Netscape, Mozilla, XScreenSaver
Philip Zimmermann - creator of encryption software PGP, the ZRTP protocol, and Zfone

野心勃勃的284人采访计划编辑本段回目录


这是一份雄心勃勃的名单,Peter Seibel准备一一采访284位著名程序员的人员名单,可以说是涵括了IT历史上最有影响力的程序员,当然是在世的,要不他如何去采访啊。今年6月份,他第一阶段采访的成果就要出版了,前16个访谈成为第一本书,书名《Coders at Work 》。要是真的全部完成284人的采访,非得需要十多本书籍才行,那就真是著作等身不可。我们今天转贴他的这份名单,把她介绍给网友,参与或关注他的工程,作为我们互联网百科的建设指南。

Programmers at Work的评论编辑本段回目录

 来自: g9   

  PC时代初期犹如拓荒小说里的南非。拓荒者们没有精巧的工具,没有丰厚的财力,没有经验,甚至没有足够的食物。一人一镐一簸箕,和百折不挠的狂热而已。然而风云际会,不定一镐下去,就是非洲之星。二、三十年前的黑客们就是PC时代的拓荒者。技术原始,无损他们奔放的想象力。工具粗陋,却激起他们征服的雄心。那时没有铺天盖地的类库,所以他们钻研P.J. Plauger的雄文。那时没有巨无霸一样的操作系统,所以他们细读Lion的经典。那时没有趁手的软件,所以他们创造奇迹。作为程序员,想来多少对这段动人往事好奇。Dan Bricklin怎么就做出了spreadsheet?Ray Ozzie从哪里得到关于群件的灵感?Jef Raskin如何让Machintosh成为PC的不朽经典?Butler Lampson发明所见即所得编辑器和Ethernet时,经历了怎样的顿悟?正如Peter Norvig在书评里所说,理解编程,除了学习黑客们铿锵的代码外,也许还要了解他们丰富的内心。虽说高手不可模仿,因为“学问跟他整个的性情陶融为一片,不仅有丰富的数量,还添上个别的性质;每一个琐细的事实,都在他的心血里沉浸滋养,长了神经和脉络,是你所学不会,学不到的”,但我们无疑可以受到不小的启发。如果能被他们打动,分享同样的激情,也算一庄美事。好在20年前Susan Lammers采访了书写历史的19名程序员。她把这些访谈集结出版,于是有了让众多程序员心潮澎湃的经典:Programmers at Work。记得是等公共汽车,为了排遣无聊翻看这本书。结果一看入神,错过了最后一班车。干脆走两小时路回家。一边走一边把书看完。当时我还几乎不懂编程。好比连烟都没抽过的人突然静脉注射高纯度海洛因,被刺激得死去活来。:-P 有兴趣的老大可以到这里读第一版的存档。
  
  当然,19人,400页怎么能写尽前辈风范呢?何况IT业是古龙书中高手辈出的天下,而不是金庸笔下老人无敌的江湖。20年时移势易,早有新人名动五洲。不知别人如何,反正俺盼着有人再出类似的书。还好,Apress在Founders at Work(也是好书,顺便推荐一下)上尝到了甜头,于是趁热打铁,请Practical Common Lisp(Lisp的书居然能得Jolt奖,还是值得翻一下的哈)的作者Peter Seibel写Coders At Work。Peter能把Common Lisp的宏编程写得通俗易懂,能让铁杆儿C++/Java程序员对Common Lisp动心,笔头自是没话说。他的采访对象也是俺这种小喽喽仰望的对象。这里汇总了他采访的候选对象,凡284人。有意思的是大家心目中的超级高手大体一致。按投票数排序,前25位都是大家耳熟能详并且深刻改变我们生活的牛程。后面的就见仁见智了。比如说Google的Jeff Dean居然排在121位。而近几年光说不练Paul Graham排在第23位。下面是已经答应接受采访的程序员名单,让人神往:
  Joe Armstrong — Erlang作者
  Bernie Cosell — ARPANET的IMP主要作者之一
  Simon Peyton Jones — Haskell的发明人之一
  Alan Kay — Smalltalk的发明人
  Donald Knuth — 《编程的艺术》和Tex的作者.
  Peter Norvig — AI: A Modern Approach和Paradigms of Artificial Intelligence Programming的作者
  Ken Thompson — Unix的发明人
  Jamie Zawinski — XEmacs和Netscape的主程

第一本书16人名单编辑本段回目录

Frances Allen: Pioneer in optimizing compilers, first woman to win the Turing Award (2006) and first female IBM fellow
Joe Armstrong: Inventor of Erlang
Joshua Bloch: Author of the Java collections framework, now at Google
Bernie Cosell: One of the main software guys behind the original ARPANET IMPs and a master debugger
Douglas Crockford: JSON founder, JavaScript architect at Yahoo!
L. Peter Deutsch: Author of Ghostscript, implementer of Smalltalk-80 at Xerox PARC and Lisp 1.5 on PDP-1
Brendan Eich: Inventor of JavaScript, CTO of the Mozilla Corporation
Brad Fitzpatrick: Writer of LiveJournal, OpenID, memcached, and Perlbal
Dan Ingalls: Smalltalk implementor and designer
Simon Peyton Jones: Coinventor of Haskell and lead designer of Glasgow Haskell Compiler
Donald Knuth: Author of The Art of Computer Programming and creator of TeX
Peter Norvig: Director of Research at Google and author of the standard text on AI
Guy Steele: Coinventor of Scheme and part of the Common Lisp Gang of Five, currently working on Fortress
Ken Thompson: Inventor of UNIX
Jamie Zawinski: Author of XEmacs and early Netscape/Mozilla hacker

完整的284人名单如下(根据知名度、信息量和字母排序等不同角度排列)

根据字母排序名单编辑本段回目录

# Name Description
1 Hal Abelson Abelson of Abelson and Sussman. MIT professor.
2 Michael Abrash Optimization expert
3 Matthew Ahrens Works on ZFS in kernel group at Sun
4 Frances Allen Pioneer in optimizing compilers. First woman to win Turing Award (2006) and first woman IBM fellow.
5 Paul Allen Co-founded Microsoft.
6 Eric Allman Wrote sendmail
7 Marc Andreessen Co-wrote Mosaic. Founded Netscape.
8 Joe Armstrong Inventor of Erlang
9 Bill Atkinson Early Mac developer. Designed and implemented Hypercard
10 Henry Baker One of the founder of Symbolics; comp sci. researcher
11 Amir Ban Co-author of Junior chess program.
12 Marco Baringer Common Lisp hacker, author of Uncommon Web
13 Rob Barnaby Worked some on early Logo, wrote Word Star. Also did Stringcomp, an early string processing language.
14 Kent Beck Creator of XP
15 Brian Behlendorf Apache organizer
16 Fabrice Bellard Wrote QEMU, TinyCC, FFMPEG; Winner of 2001 IOCCC
17 Erik Benson Cheif Janitorial Officer - Robot Coop
18 Jon Bentley Author of Programming Pearls books.
19 Dan Bernstein Wrote djbns and qmail
20 Eric Bina Co-wrote Mosaic.
21 Ola Bini Core JRuby developer
22 Trevor Blackwell Principal at Viaweb. Now founder and CEO of Anybots
23 Jim Blinn Graphics Fellow at Microsoft
24 Joshua Bloch Author of Java collections framework. Now at Google.
25 Rusty Bobrow BBNer doing work in computational linguistics, speech recognition, and artificial intelligence.
26 Barry Boehem Software metrics guru
27 Jeff Bonwick Chief architect of ZFS
28 Keith Bostic Worked on BSD at Berkeley and one of the original authors of BerkeleyDB
29 Nick Bradbury Wrote HomeSite, TopStyle, and FeedDemon
30 Dan Bricklin Wrote Visicalc
31 Sergey Brin Founded Google
32 Avi Bryant Co-founder Dabble DB
33 Paul Buchheit Creator of GMail
34 Shay Bushinsky Co-author of Junior chess program.
35 John Carmack Founder of id Software; lead programmer of Doom, Quake, and others.
36 Vinton Cerf Father of TCP/IP
37 Donald Chamberlin Principle designer of SQL; ACM Intercollegiate Programming Contest judge, 1998-2005
38 Raymond Chen Worked on OS/2, Windows 95, and Direct X
39 Bram Cohen Wrote BitTorrent
40 Alain Colmerauer Invented Prolog
41 Damian Conway Perl hacker and three time winner of the Larry Wall award. Wrote Lingua::Romana::Perligata and others.
42 Bernie Cosell One of the main software guys behind the original ARPANET IMP's and a master debugger.
43 Alan Cox One of Linus Torvalds's main lieutenants. Wrote Linux TCP/IP code.
44 Brad Cox Invented Objective C
45 Russ Cox Worked on Plan 9. Represented U.S. at 1995 International Olympiad in Informatics
46 Dennis Crawley DodgeBall
47 Douglas Crockford JSON founder, JavaScript Architect at Yahoo!
48 Will Crowther Wrote Adventure and the inner packet processing loop of the original internet IMPs
49 Ward Cunningham Wrote the first Wiki and FIT.
50 David Cutler Architect of VMS and Windows NT
51 James Duncan Davidson Started Apache Ant and Apache Tomcat projects. Author of Java Servlet API and Java API for XML processing J2EE specifications.
52 Jeff Dean Google Fellow in Systems Infrastructure Group. Co-inventor of MapReduce.
53 Steve Dekorte Invented Io language.
54 L. Peter Deutsch Author of Ghostscript, Implemented Smalltalk-80 at Xerox PARC and Lisp 1.5 on PDP-1
55 Whitfield Diffie Discovered principle of public key cryptography
56 Matt Dillon FreeBSD hacker, founded DragonFly BSD project
57 Mark Jason Dominus Perl programmer; author of Higher Order Perl
58 Chrilly Donninger Author of the Hydra chess program.
59 Tom Duff Invented Duff's device and noted graphics programmer
60 Bruce Eckel Founding member of ANSI/ISO C++ committee. Author of Thinking in Java and Thinking in C++.
61 Brendan Eich Inventor of Javascript. CTO of the Mozilla Corporation
62 Thomas Enebo Principle JRuby developer
63 Douglas Engelbart Invented computer mouse
64 Dan Farmer Co-wrote Satan and TCT
65 Richard Fateman Computer algebraist. Worked on MacSysma and Maxima
66 Michael Feathers XP guru
67 Edward Feigenbaum Father of Expert Systems
68 Mathias Feist Co-author of Fritz chess program.
69 Roy Fielding One of the principle authors of HTTP specification. Invented REST. Co-founder of Apache project
70 Brad Fitzpatrick Wrote LiveJournal, OpenID, memcached, Perlbal
71 Mark Fletcher Founder Bloglines, egroups
72 John Foderaro Original author of Franz's Allegro Common Lisp
73 Amy Fowler Core Java Swing developer
74 Martin Fowler Chief Scientist at Thoughtworks. Author of Refactoring and many other books.
75 Dave Fox Lisp hacker, directior of Lispworks Ltd.
76 Justin Frankel Wrote Winamp, NSIS, and Gnutella
77 Janus Friis Founder of Joost, Skype, Kazaa
78 Richard Gabriel Lisper and Poet. Currently a Distinguished Engineer at IBM. Chair of OOPSLA 2007.
79 Erich Gamma One of the Gang of Four
80 Bill Gates Wrote BASIC for Altair
81 Andy Gavin Co-founder of Naughty Dog software. Wrote GOAL which was used to develop Jak and Daxter.
82 Dan Geer Security expert
83 Dominic Giampaolo Wrote BeOS file system
84 John Gilmore Contributor to several GNU projects. Co-author of Bootstrap protocol which became DHCP. Founder of EFF, Cypherpunks mailing list, and Cygnus solutions. 
85 Adele Goldberg Smalltalk designer and documenter.
86 Luke Gorrie Lisp and Erlang hacker. Project lead for SLIME.
87 James Gosling Invented Java, NeWS windowing system.
88 Bill Gosper One of the original MIT hackers. Worked on Lisp machines, Maclisp, and Macsyma 
89 Paul Graham Lisp hacker and author.
90 Richard Greenblatt Main implementor of Maclisp on PDP-6. Co-founded Lisp Machines, Inc.
91 Philip Greenspun Author of Greenspun's Tenth Law and sometimes instructor at MIT
92 Paul Haeberli Computer graphics researcher
93 David Heinemeier Hansson Invented Rails
94 John Harper Wrote librep and the sawfish window manager
95 Brian Harvey UC Comp Sci professor. Author of Berkeley Logo
96 Frank Heart Managed the group that built the ARPANET.
97 Charles Hedrick Lisp Unix hacker
98 Anders Hejlsberg Lead architect of C#, Architect of Delphi at Borland. Wrote what became Turbo Pascal
99 Richard Helm One of the Gang of Four
100 Val Henson Kernel hacker and file systems specialist.
101 Andy Hertzfeld Key Macintosh developer
102 Danny Hillis Founder of Thinking Machines
103 Richard Hipp Wrote sqlite embedded SQL database
104 Neil Hodgson Wrote Scintilla and SciTE
105 Adrian Holovaty Lead developer of Django
106 Don Hopkins Invented Pie Menus, working on One Laptop Per Child project.
107 Jim Hugunin Original author of Iron Python, now at Microsoft working on dynamic languages on the CLR. Co-designer of AspectJ language, lead development through 1.1 release.
108 Roger Hui Implementor of of J language
109 Watts Humphrey CMM guru.
110 Andrew Hunt Co-founder of Pragmatic Programmers
111 Urs Hölzle Researcher behind Sun's HotSpot JVM technology.
112 Miguel de Icaza Wrote GNOME and Mono
113 Roberto Ierusalimschy Invented Lua
114 Dan Ingalls Smalltalk implementor and designer.
115 Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen Wrote Gnus and Gmane
116 Van Jacobson Redesigned TCP/IP flow control algorithms, saving the net from total collapse. Eponymous inventor of Van Jacobson TCP/IP header compression.
117 Spencer Janssen Wrote xmonad, a tiling window manager implemened in Haskell
118 Ralph Johnson One of the Gang of Four
119 Rod Johnson Original author of Spring Framework
120 Simon Peyton Jones Co-inventor of Haskell and lead designer of Glasgow Haskell Compiler.
121 Rainer Joswig Contributes to CL-HTTP
122 Bill Joy Wrote BSD TCP/IP stack, vi
123 Poul-Henning Kamp FreeBSD kernel hacker
124 Jacob Kaplan-Moss Django developer. Wrote Tivo apps in Python and now hacking Python on the PSP
125 Mitchell Kapor Founded Lotus
126 Mike Karels System architect of BSD 4.3 and 4.4 releases.
127 Peter Karp Responsible for the development of BioCyc
128 Richard Karp Researcher in theory of algorithms
129 Alan Kay Inventor of Smalltalk. Coined the term "object-oriented programming".
130 Richard Kelsey Co-wrote Scheme 48 and edited R5RS
131 Brian Kernighan The K in AWK and K&R. Author of the original "hello, world" program.
132 Gregor Kiczales Wrote Common Lisp MOP. Invented Aspect Oriented programming.
133 Spencer Kimball Co-wrote GIMP. Googler.
134 Gavin King Original author of Hibernate, JBoss Seam
135 Jon Kleinberg Cornell Comp. Sci. professor.
136 Thomas Knoll Original creator of Photoshop.
137 Donald Knuth Author of The Art of Computer Programming and TeX
138 Peter-Paul Koch Javascript guru. Maintains quirksmode website.
139 Dierk Koenig. Groovy, Grails contributor
140 David Korn Wrote the Korn shell
141 Guillaume Laforge Groovy project lead
142 Leslie Lamport Distributed systems researcher and developer of LaTeX
143 Butler Lampson Systems pioneer. Worked on Xerox's Alto.
144 Tom Lane Core PostgreSQL developer responsible for optimizer.
145 Doug Lea Concurrency expert and systems programmer.
146 Sam Leffler BSD hacker. Wrote FreeBSD wi-fi drivers
147 Rasmus Lerdorf Invented PHP
148 Xavier Leroy Primary developer of OCaml. Wrote LinuxThreads threading package used in pre 2.6 Linux kernels
149 Max Levchin Co-founder Pay Pal & Slide
150 Greg Linden Founder Findory & worked at Amazon
151 Tom Lord Scheme and C hacker. Wrote GNU Arch
152 Matt Mackall Wrote Mecurial version control system.
153 Paul Mackerras Samba developer
154 Udi Manber VP of Engineering at Google. Co-author of Glimpse, Agrep, and Harvest search packages.
155 Joe Marshall Lisp hacker
156 Alex Martelli Co-author of Python Cookbook and Author of Python in a Nutshell
157 Robert Martin Founder and CEO of Object Mentor. C++ and Agile methods expert.
158 John Mashey Early Unix hacker
159 Yukihiro Matsumoto Invented Ruby
160 Peter Mattis Co-wrote GIMP. Googler.
161 Mark Maybee Worked on ZFS DMU at Sun.
162 John McCarthy Invented Lisp
163 Craig McClanahan Original author of Apache Struts
164 Rob McCool Wrote NCSA HTTPd; drafted Common Gateway Interface specification
165 Douglas McIlroy Unix toolsmith; invented Unix pipelines
166 Scott McKay Lisp and Dylan designer.
167 Marshall Kirk McKusick Designed Berkeley Fast File System.
168 Eric Meijer Architect in SQL server group at Microsoft working on combining functional programming with the CLR and SQL
169 Austin Meyer Author of X-Plane and Space Combat flight simulators
170 Bertrand Meyer Invented Eiffel
171 Stefan Meyer-Kahlen Author of Shredder chess program
172 Scott Meyers Author of Effective C++, More Effective C++, Effective STL
173 Marvin Minsky Artifical Intelligence researcher
174 Jeff Mogul HP Fellow working on networking performance. Contributed to HTTP 1.1 spec
175 Ingo Molnár Linux hacker, author of many Linux perfomance improvements.
176 Bruce Momjian Core PostgreSQL developer
177 Bram Moolenaar Wrote VIM (Vi IMproved)
178 Chuck Moore Invented Forth
179 Robert Morris Wrote the Internet Worm and co-founded Viaweb with Paul Graham
180 Frans Morsch Co-author of Fritz chess program.
181 Sape Mullender Member of Technical Staff, Lucent Technologies,Bell Labs Innovations, Computing Sciences Research, Murray Hill, New Jersey.
182 Erik Naggum Lisp hacker
183 Graham Nelson Invented Inform language used to program interatvive fiction
184 Peter Norton Wrote the first version of the Norton Utilities
185 Peter Norvig Director of Research at Google and author of the standard text on AI.
186 Charles Nutter Principle JRuby developer
187 Martin Odersky Invented Scala
188 Jarkko Oikarinen Started IRC
189 Rick Olsen Core Rails developer, wrote Mephisto and Beast
190 Wouter van Oortmerssen Game programmer and language designer
191 Larry Osterman Longtime Microsoftie
192 John Ousterhout Invented TCL
193 Ray Ozzie Main architect of Lotus Notes. Now Chief Software Architect at Microsoft.
194 Keith Packard X Windows hacker, founded X.Org Server project
195 Larry Page Founded Google
196 Radia Perlman Invented spanning-tree protocol
197 Tim Peters Python hacker and author of Spambayes
198 Evan Phoenix Author of Rubinus compiler/virtual machine for Ruby
199 Rob Pike Author of first bitmap windowing system for Unix. Worked on Plan 9. Now works at Google.
200 Mark Pilgrim Wrote Universal Feed Parser. Author of Dive into Python and Dive into Accessibility. 
201 Dan Piponi Graphics programmer and theorist.
202 Kent Pitman Technical Editor of Common Lisp ANSI standard
203 P.J. Plauger Worked on first commercial C compiler
204 Theo de Raadt Founder of OpenBSD project. Original author of OpenSSH.
205 Allison Randal Architect of Parrot virtual machine
206 Marcus Ranum Security expert and author of Firewall Toolkit and Network Flight Recorder
207 Elizabeth Rather Colleague of Chuck Moore and second ever Forth programmer
208 Naval Ravikanth Founder vast.com
209 Jonathan Rees Designed T dialect of Scheme and co-wrote Scheme 48
210 Joel Reymont Open Poker
211 Dennis Ritchie Invented C and contributed to development of UNIX
212 Graeme Rocher Grails project lead
213 Guido van Rossum Invented Python
214 Peter Van Roy Contributor to Mozart/Oz programming system. Author of Concepts, Techniques, and Models of Computer Programming
215 Jeff Rubin According to Richard Gabriel a "code-writing savant".
216 Alessandro Rubini Linux kernel hacker
217 Zack Rusin Qt graphics guru
218 Alex Russell Created Dojo Javascript library
219 Paul 'Rusty' Russell One of Linus Torvald's top deputies. Wrote ipchains and netfilter/iptables packet filtering code
220 Steve Russell One of John McCarthy's grad students. Brought Lisp to life by hand-coding EVAL in assembler. Wrote Spacewar.
221 Salvatore Sanfilippo Software developer and security expert
222 Michael C. Schatz Author of a number of gene sequencing programs.
223 Bob Scheifler Led the development of X Windows while the X Consortium was at MIT
224 Gavin Schmidt Programmer on GISS climate modeling software.
225 Bruce Schneier Security expert. Creator of Twofish block cipher.
226 Carla Schroder Long-time Linux geek.
227 Munjal Shah Co-founder Riya
228 Zed Shaw Wrote Mongrel (Rails HTTP server)
229 Wil Shipley Wrote Delicious Monster. Founded Omni Group
230 Olin Shivers Comp Sci professor interested in Scheme and ML. Wrote scsh
231 Mark Shuttleworth Founded Thawte and Ubuntu project. Previously a Debian developer
232 Charles Simonyi Invented Hungarian notation. Original author of Microsoft Word. Head of the IP project at Microsoft, now running intentsoft.com
233 Alvy Ray Smith Graphics pioneer. Worked at LucasFilm, helped found Pixar.
234 John Socha Wrote many DOS software packages for Norton Computing
235 Graham Spencer Co-founder Excite & Jot-Spot
236 Henry Spencer Wrote Unix regex library later incorporated into Tcl and Perl. Co-wrote C News news server
237 Ellen Spertus Head of Interdisciplinary Computer Science department at Mills College
238 Joel Spolsky FogCreekSoftware
239 Richard Stallman Wrote Emacs, gcc, and started the Free Software movement.
240 Guy Steele Co-inventor of Scheme and part of the Common Lisp Gang of Five. Currently working on Fortress.
241 Alexander Stepanov Author of the Standard Template Library for C++
242 Sam Stephenson Created Prototype Javascript library
243 Don Stewart Haskell hacker
244 Why the lucky stiff Core Ruby developer and free spirit
245 Biz Stone Twitter
246 Bjarne Stroustrup Invented C++
247 Dan Sugalski Original architect of Parrot VM
248 Gerald Jay Sussman Co-creator of Scheme and co-author of The Structure And Interpretation of Computer Programs.
249 Ivan Sutherland Invented Sketchpad, precursor to modern GUIs
250 Aaron Swartz Invented web.py
251 Tim Sweeney Founder of Epic Games. Wrote the Unreal Engine.
252 Eric Swildens Founder Microline Software, Co-founder Speedera Networks
253 Andrew Tanenbaum Created Minix, advocate for micro-kernels.
254 Audrey Tang Leader of Pugs project to implement Perl 6 in Haskell
255 Simon Tatham Author of PuTTY
256 Robert Thau Early Apache developer. Started Bianca Troll
257 Dave Thomas Co-founder of Pragmatic Programmers
258 Ken Thompson Inventor of UNIX
259 Ray Tomlinson Wrote first networked email system and gave us the @-sign in email addresses.
260 Chris Torek BSDI os hacker
261 Linus Torvalds Wrote and maintains Linux kernel. Wrote GIT version control system.
262 Andrew Tridgell Wrote Samba file server and co-invented rsync algorithm
263 Wietse Venema Wrote Postfix. Co-wrote Satan and TCT
264 Paul Vixie Wrote BIND
265 John Vlissides One of the Gang of Four
266 Philip Wadler Professor of Theoretical Computer Science at the University of Edinburgh. Contributed to design of Java, Haskell, and XQuery.
267 Dick Wall Co-host of the Java Posse podcast. Works at Google.
268 Larry Wall Invented Perl
269 Chris Wanstrath Notable Rails programmer
270 Peter Weinberger The W in AWK
271 Dan Weinreb Founder of Symbolics. Now at ITA.
272 Edi Weitz Lisp library hacker extraordinaire. Co-organizer of the European Common Lisp Meetings 2005 and 2006
273 Arthur Whitney Invented A+ and K languages and wrote prototype of J language
274 Evan Williams Twitter
275 Simon Willison Django developer. Hacker Liason for Yahoo UK
276 Niklaus Wirth Invented Pascal, Modula, Oberon
277 Stephen Wolfram Invented Mathematica
278 Steve Wozniak Wrote most of the original Apple II software.
279 Ka-Ping Yee Python hacker extraordinaire.
280 Steve Yegge Blogger and Googler
281 Ilya Zakharevich Major contributor to perl5 including a major reworking of the regex engine. 
282 Jamie Zawinski Author of XEmacs and early Netscape/Mozilla hacker.
283 Niklas Zennstrom Founder of Joost, Skype, Kazaa
284 Mark Zuckerberg Founder and CEO of Facebook

根据知名度排序名单编辑本段回目录

# Name Description
1 Peter Norvig Director of Research at Google and author of the standard text on AI.
2 Alan Kay Inventor of Smalltalk. Coined the term "object-oriented programming".
3 Guy Steele Co-inventor of Scheme and part of the Common Lisp Gang of Five. Currently working on Fortress.
4 Donald Knuth Author of The Art of Computer Programming and TeX
5 Gerald Jay Sussman Co-creator of Scheme and co-author of The Structure And Interpretation of Computer Programs.
6 John McCarthy Invented Lisp
7 John Carmack Founder of id Software; lead programmer of Doom, Quake, and others.
8 Dennis Ritchie Invented C and contributed to development of UNIX
9 Joe Armstrong Inventor of Erlang
10 Ken Thompson Inventor of UNIX
11 Brian Kernighan The K in AWK and K&R. Author of the original "hello, world" program.
12 Guido van Rossum Invented Python
13 Linus Torvalds Wrote and maintains Linux kernel. Wrote GIT version control system.
14 Steve Wozniak Wrote most of the original Apple II software.
15 Bill Joy Wrote BSD TCP/IP stack, vi
16 Simon Peyton Jones Co-inventor of Haskell and lead designer of Glasgow Haskell Compiler.
17 Larry Wall Invented Perl
18 Alan Cox One of Linus Torvalds's main lieutenants. Wrote Linux TCP/IP code.
19 Jamie Zawinski Author of XEmacs and early Netscape/Mozilla hacker.
20 Ward Cunningham Wrote the first Wiki and FIT.
21 Chuck Moore Invented Forth
22 Theo de Raadt Founder of OpenBSD project. Original author of OpenSSH.
23 Tim Sweeney Founder of Epic Games. Wrote the Unreal Engine.
24 Edi Weitz Lisp library hacker extraordinaire. Co-organizer of the European Common Lisp Meetings 2005 and 2006
25 Robert Morris Wrote the Internet Worm and co-founded Viaweb with Paul Graham
26 Brendan Eich Inventor of Javascript. CTO of the Mozilla Corporation
27 Paul Graham Lisp hacker and author.
28 Yukihiro Matsumoto Invented Ruby
29 Fabrice Bellard Wrote QEMU, TinyCC, FFMPEG; Winner of 2001 IOCCC
30 Dan Bernstein Wrote djbns and qmail
31 Andrew Tridgell Wrote Samba file server and co-invented rsync algorithm
32 Andrew Tanenbaum Created Minix, advocate for micro-kernels.
33 Andy Gavin Co-founder of Naughty Dog software. Wrote GOAL which was used to develop Jak and Daxter.
34 Brad Fitzpatrick Wrote LiveJournal, OpenID, memcached, Perlbal
35 Bram Cohen Wrote BitTorrent
36 Michael Abrash Optimization expert
37 Hal Abelson Abelson of Abelson and Sussman. MIT professor.
38 Miguel de Icaza Wrote GNOME and Mono
39 Richard Stallman Wrote Emacs, gcc, and started the Free Software movement.
40 Rob Pike Author of first bitmap windowing system for Unix. Worked on Plan 9. Now works at Google.
41 Douglas Engelbart Invented computer mouse
42 Audrey Tang Leader of Pugs project to implement Perl 6 in Haskell
43 Marvin Minsky Artifical Intelligence researcher
44 Stephen Wolfram Invented Mathematica
45 Bruce Schneier Security expert. Creator of Twofish block cipher.
46 Philip Greenspun Author of Greenspun's Tenth Law and sometimes instructor at MIT
47 Frances Allen Pioneer in optimizing compilers. First woman to win Turing Award (2006) and first woman IBM fellow.
48 Erik Naggum Lisp hacker
49 James Gosling Invented Java, NeWS windowing system.
50 Paul Buchheit Creator of GMail
51 Bjarne Stroustrup Invented C++
52 Anders Hejlsberg Lead architect of C#, Architect of Delphi at Borland. Wrote what became Turbo Pascal
53 Justin Frankel Wrote Winamp, NSIS, and Gnutella
54 David Heinemeier Hansson Invented Rails
55 Bill Gosper One of the original MIT hackers. Worked on Lisp machines, Maclisp, and Macsyma 
56 L. Peter Deutsch Author of Ghostscript, Implemented Smalltalk-80 at Xerox PARC and Lisp 1.5 on PDP-1
57 Whitfield Diffie Discovered principle of public key cryptography
58 Wil Shipley Wrote Delicious Monster. Founded Omni Group
59 Andy Hertzfeld Key Macintosh developer
60 Raymond Chen Worked on OS/2, Windows 95, and Direct X
61 Richard Gabriel Lisper and Poet. Currently a Distinguished Engineer at IBM. Chair of OOPSLA 2007.
62 Charles Simonyi Invented Hungarian notation. Original author of Microsoft Word. Head of the IP project at Microsoft, now running intentsoft.com
63 Sergey Brin Founded Google
64 Gregor Kiczales Wrote Common Lisp MOP. Invented Aspect Oriented programming.
65 Martin Fowler Chief Scientist at Thoughtworks. Author of Refactoring and many other books.
66 Dan Ingalls Smalltalk implementor and designer.
67 Steve Yegge Blogger and Googler
68 Matt Dillon FreeBSD hacker, founded DragonFly BSD project
69 Leslie Lamport Distributed systems researcher and developer of LaTeX
70 Why the lucky stiff Core Ruby developer and free spirit
71 Xavier Leroy Primary developer of OCaml. Wrote LinuxThreads threading package used in pre 2.6 Linux kernels
72 Alexander Stepanov Author of the Standard Template Library for C++
73 Douglas Crockford JSON founder, JavaScript Architect at Yahoo!
74 Larry Page Founded Google
75 Marc Andreessen Co-wrote Mosaic. Founded Netscape.
76 Douglas McIlroy Unix toolsmith; invented Unix pipelines
77 Bill Atkinson Early Mac developer. Designed and implemented Hypercard
78 David Cutler Architect of VMS and Windows NT
79 Zed Shaw Wrote Mongrel (Rails HTTP server)
80 Danny Hillis Founder of Thinking Machines
81 Roy Fielding One of the principle authors of HTTP specification. Invented REST. Co-founder of Apache project
82 Olin Shivers Comp Sci professor interested in Scheme and ML. Wrote scsh
83 Vinton Cerf Father of TCP/IP
84 Allison Randal Architect of Parrot virtual machine
85 Aaron Swartz Invented web.py
86 Trevor Blackwell Principal at Viaweb. Now founder and CEO of Anybots
87 Bruce Momjian Core PostgreSQL developer
88 Van Jacobson Redesigned TCP/IP flow control algorithms, saving the net from total collapse. Eponymous inventor of Van Jacobson TCP/IP header compression.
89 Mark Pilgrim Wrote Universal Feed Parser. Author of Dive into Python and Dive into Accessibility. 
90 Bill Gates Wrote BASIC for Altair
91 Henry Baker One of the founder of Symbolics; comp sci. researcher
92 Brad Cox Invented Objective C
93 Jonathan Rees Designed T dialect of Scheme and co-wrote Scheme 48
94 Bertrand Meyer Invented Eiffel
95 Ivan Sutherland Invented Sketchpad, precursor to modern GUIs
96 Niklaus Wirth Invented Pascal, Modula, Oberon
97 Alex Martelli Co-author of Python Cookbook and Author of Python in a Nutshell
98 Philip Wadler Professor of Theoretical Computer Science at the University of Edinburgh. Contributed to design of Java, Haskell, and XQuery.
99 Mark Shuttleworth Founded Thawte and Ubuntu project. Previously a Debian developer
100 Tom Lane Core PostgreSQL developer responsible for optimizer.
101 Richard Hipp Wrote sqlite embedded SQL database
102 Ingo Molnár Linux hacker, author of many Linux perfomance improvements.
103 Bruce Eckel Founding member of ANSI/ISO C++ committee. Author of Thinking in Java and Thinking in C++.
104 Kent Pitman Technical Editor of Common Lisp ANSI standard
105 Jeff Rubin According to Richard Gabriel a "code-writing savant".
106 Richard Greenblatt Main implementor of Maclisp on PDP-6. Co-founded Lisp Machines, Inc.
107 Adrian Holovaty Lead developer of Django
108 Jon Bentley Author of Programming Pearls books.
109 Kent Beck Creator of XP
110 Bram Moolenaar Wrote VIM (Vi IMproved)
111 Tom Duff Invented Duff's device and noted graphics programmer
112 Dave Fox Lisp hacker, directior of Lispworks Ltd.
113 Luke Gorrie Lisp and Erlang hacker. Project lead for SLIME.
114 Marco Baringer Common Lisp hacker, author of Uncommon Web
115 Alain Colmerauer Invented Prolog
116 Don Stewart Haskell hacker
117 John Foderaro Original author of Franz's Allegro Common Lisp
118 Elizabeth Rather Colleague of Chuck Moore and second ever Forth programmer
119 Ka-Ping Yee Python hacker extraordinaire.
120 Jeff Dean Google Fellow in Systems Infrastructure Group. Co-inventor of MapReduce.
121 Tim Peters Python hacker and author of Spambayes
122 Rasmus Lerdorf Invented PHP
123 Alvy Ray Smith Graphics pioneer. Worked at LucasFilm, helped found Pixar.
124 Marshall Kirk McKusick Designed Berkeley Fast File System.
125 Steve Russell One of John McCarthy's grad students. Brought Lisp to life by hand-coding EVAL in assembler. Wrote Spacewar.
126 Damian Conway Perl hacker and three time winner of the Larry Wall award. Wrote Lingua::Romana::Perligata and others.
127 Ola Bini Core JRuby developer
128 Poul-Henning Kamp FreeBSD kernel hacker
129 Ellen Spertus Head of Interdisciplinary Computer Science department at Mills College
130 Wietse Venema Wrote Postfix. Co-wrote Satan and TCT
131 Charles Nutter Principle JRuby developer
132 Jim Hugunin Original author of Iron Python, now at Microsoft working on dynamic languages on the CLR. Co-designer of AspectJ language, lead development through 1.1 release.
133 Roberto Ierusalimschy Invented Lua
134 Edward Feigenbaum Father of Expert Systems
135 Joshua Bloch Author of Java collections framework. Now at Google.
136 Urs Hölzle Researcher behind Sun's HotSpot JVM technology.
137 P.J. Plauger Worked on first commercial C compiler
138 Tom Lord Scheme and C hacker. Wrote GNU Arch
139 Erich Gamma One of the Gang of Four
140 Jarkko Oikarinen Started IRC
141 Mitchell Kapor Founded Lotus
142 Don Hopkins Invented Pie Menus, working on One Laptop Per Child project.
143 Paul Vixie Wrote BIND
144 Michael Feathers XP guru
145 Janus Friis Founder of Joost, Skype, Kazaa
146 John Ousterhout Invented TCL
147 Graham Nelson Invented Inform language used to program interatvive fiction
148 Eric Meijer Architect in SQL server group at Microsoft working on combining functional programming with the CLR and SQL
149 Udi Manber VP of Engineering at Google. Co-author of Glimpse, Agrep, and Harvest search packages.
150 Mark Zuckerberg Founder and CEO of Facebook
151 Scott McKay Lisp and Dylan designer.
152 Keith Packard X Windows hacker, founded X.Org Server project
153 Paul Allen Co-founded Microsoft.
154 Richard Kelsey Co-wrote Scheme 48 and edited R5RS
155 Amy Fowler Core Java Swing developer
156 Butler Lampson Systems pioneer. Worked on Xerox's Alto.
157 Dan Bricklin Wrote Visicalc
158 Nick Bradbury Wrote HomeSite, TopStyle, and FeedDemon
159 Ralph Johnson One of the Gang of Four
160 John Gilmore Contributor to several GNU projects. Co-author of Bootstrap protocol which became DHCP. Founder of EFF, Cypherpunks mailing list, and Cygnus solutions. 
161 Carla Schroder Long-time Linux geek.
162 Zack Rusin Qt graphics guru
163 Donald Chamberlin Principle designer of SQL; ACM Intercollegiate Programming Contest judge, 1998-2005
164 Rick Olsen Core Rails developer, wrote Mephisto and Beast
165 Joe Marshall Lisp hacker
166 Gavin King Original author of Hibernate, JBoss Seam
167 Richard Karp Researcher in theory of algorithms
168 Martin Odersky Invented Scala
169 James Duncan Davidson Started Apache Ant and Apache Tomcat projects. Author of Java Servlet API and Java API for XML processing J2EE specifications.
170 Brian Behlendorf Apache organizer
171 Dan Farmer Co-wrote Satan and TCT
172 Ray Ozzie Main architect of Lotus Notes. Now Chief Software Architect at Microsoft.
173 Roger Hui Implementor of of J language
174 Scott Meyers Author of Effective C++, More Effective C++, Effective STL
175 Henry Spencer Wrote Unix regex library later incorporated into Tcl and Perl. Co-wrote C News news server
176 Jim Blinn Graphics Fellow at Microsoft
177 Steve Dekorte Invented Io language.
178 Evan Phoenix Author of Rubinus compiler/virtual machine for Ruby
179 Ray Tomlinson Wrote first networked email system and gave us the @-sign in email addresses.
180 Larry Osterman Longtime Microsoftie
181 Russ Cox Worked on Plan 9. Represented U.S. at 1995 International Olympiad in Informatics
182 Peter Van Roy Contributor to Mozart/Oz programming system. Author of Concepts, Techniques, and Models of Computer Programming
183 Paul 'Rusty' Russell One of Linus Torvald's top deputies. Wrote ipchains and netfilter/iptables packet filtering code
184 Matt Mackall Wrote Mecurial version control system.
185 Chris Wanstrath Notable Rails programmer
186 Niklas Zennstrom Founder of Joost, Skype, Kazaa
187 David Korn Wrote the Korn shell
188 Avi Bryant Co-founder Dabble DB
189 Barry Boehem Software metrics guru
190 Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen Wrote Gnus and Gmane
191 Jacob Kaplan-Moss Django developer. Wrote Tivo apps in Python and now hacking Python on the PSP
192 John Mashey Early Unix hacker
193 Keith Bostic Worked on BSD at Berkeley and one of the original authors of BerkeleyDB
194 Gavin Schmidt Programmer on GISS climate modeling software.
195 Robert Martin Founder and CEO of Object Mentor. C++ and Agile methods expert.
196 Doug Lea Concurrency expert and systems programmer.
197 Adele Goldberg Smalltalk designer and documenter.
198 Dan Geer Security expert
199 Austin Meyer Author of X-Plane and Space Combat flight simulators
200 Neil Hodgson Wrote Scintilla and SciTE
201 Brian Harvey UC Comp Sci professor. Author of Berkeley Logo
202 Paul Haeberli Computer graphics researcher
203 Rob McCool Wrote NCSA HTTPd; drafted Common Gateway Interface specification
204 Radia Perlman Invented spanning-tree protocol
205 Stefan Meyer-Kahlen Author of Shredder chess program
206 Alessandro Rubini Linux kernel hacker
207 Wouter van Oortmerssen Game programmer and language designer
208 Craig McClanahan Original author of Apache Struts
209 Will Crowther Wrote Adventure and the inner packet processing loop of the original internet IMPs
210 Marcus Ranum Security expert and author of Firewall Toolkit and Network Flight Recorder
211 Eric Allman Wrote sendmail
212 Andrew Hunt Co-founder of Pragmatic Programmers
213 Arthur Whitney Invented A+ and K languages and wrote prototype of J language
214 Dave Thomas Co-founder of Pragmatic Programmers
215 Dan Piponi Graphics programmer and theorist.
216 Peter Weinberger The W in AWK
217 Thomas Enebo Principle JRuby developer
218 Richard Helm One of the Gang of Four
219 Bob Scheifler Led the development of X Windows while the X Consortium was at MIT
220 Charles Hedrick Lisp Unix hacker
221 Guillaume Laforge Groovy project lead
222 Ilya Zakharevich Major contributor to perl5 including a major reworking of the regex engine. 
223 John Vlissides One of the Gang of Four
224 Dominic Giampaolo Wrote BeOS file system
225 Salvatore Sanfilippo Software developer and security expert
226 Rod Johnson Original author of Spring Framework
227 Mathias Feist Co-author of Fritz chess program.
228 Sam Leffler BSD hacker. Wrote FreeBSD wi-fi drivers
229 Chris Torek BSDI os hacker
230 Mike Karels System architect of BSD 4.3 and 4.4 releases.
231 Jeff Mogul HP Fellow working on networking performance. Contributed to HTTP 1.1 spec
232 Rob Barnaby Worked some on early Logo, wrote Word Star. Also did Stringcomp, an early string processing language.
233 Eric Bina Co-wrote Mosaic.
234 Simon Willison Django developer. Hacker Liason for Yahoo UK
235 Frans Morsch Co-author of Fritz chess program.
236 John Harper Wrote librep and the sawfish window manager
237 Spencer Janssen Wrote xmonad, a tiling window manager implemened in Haskell
238 John Socha Wrote many DOS software packages for Norton Computing
239 Peter Karp Responsible for the development of BioCyc
240 Mark Maybee Worked on ZFS DMU at Sun.
241 Peter Norton Wrote the first version of the Norton Utilities
242 Graeme Rocher Grails project lead
243 Dan Sugalski Original architect of Parrot VM
244 Erik Benson Cheif Janitorial Officer - Robot Coop
245 Mark Fletcher Founder Bloglines, egroups
246 Graham Spencer Co-founder Excite & Jot-Spot
247 Mark Jason Dominus Perl programmer; author of Higher Order Perl
248 Sape Mullender Member of Technical Staff, Lucent Technologies,Bell Labs Innovations, Computing Sciences Research, Murray Hill, New Jersey.
249 Paul Mackerras Samba developer
250 Val Henson Kernel hacker and file systems specialist.
251 Greg Linden Founder Findory & worked at Amazon
252 Dick Wall Co-host of the Java Posse podcast. Works at Google.
253 Spencer Kimball Co-wrote GIMP. Googler.
254 Jeff Bonwick Chief architect of ZFS
255 Peter Mattis Co-wrote GIMP. Googler.
256 Bernie Cosell One of the main software guys behind the original ARPANET IMP's and a master debugger.
257 Shay Bushinsky Co-author of Junior chess program.
258 Dennis Crawley DodgeBall
259 Rainer Joswig Contributes to CL-HTTP
260 Biz Stone Twitter
261 Max Levchin Co-founder Pay Pal & Slide
262 Joel Reymont Open Poker
263 Jon Kleinberg Cornell Comp. Sci. professor.
264 Joel Spolsky FogCreekSoftware
265 Munjal Shah Co-founder Riya
266 Dierk Koenig. Groovy, Grails contributor
267 Peter-Paul Koch Javascript guru. Maintains quirksmode website.
268 Frank Heart Managed the group that built the ARPANET.
269 Thomas Knoll Original creator of Photoshop.
270 Amir Ban Co-author of Junior chess program.
271 Watts Humphrey CMM guru.
272 Rusty Bobrow BBNer doing work in computational linguistics, speech recognition, and artificial intelligence.
273 Simon Tatham Author of PuTTY
274 Eric Swildens Founder Microline Software, Co-founder Speedera Networks
275 Evan Williams Twitter
276 Dan Weinreb Founder of Symbolics. Now at ITA.
277 Robert Thau Early Apache developer. Started Bianca Troll
278 Chrilly Donninger Author of the Hydra chess program.
279 Matthew Ahrens Works on ZFS in kernel group at Sun
280 Michael C. Schatz Author of a number of gene sequencing programs.
281 Richard Fateman Computer algebraist. Worked on MacSysma and Maxima
282 Alex Russell Created Dojo Javascript library
283 Naval Ravikanth Founder vast.com
284 Sam Stephenson Created Prototype Javascript library

根据信息量排序名单编辑本段回目录

# Name Description
1 Linus Torvalds Wrote and maintains Linux kernel. Wrote GIT version control system.
2 Chuck Moore Invented Forth
3 Peter Norvig Director of Research at Google and author of the standard text on AI.
4 Ken Thompson Inventor of UNIX
5 L. Peter Deutsch Author of Ghostscript, Implemented Smalltalk-80 at Xerox PARC and Lisp 1.5 on PDP-1
6 Donald Knuth Author of The Art of Computer Programming and TeX
7 Alan Kay Inventor of Smalltalk. Coined the term "object-oriented programming".
8 John Carmack Founder of id Software; lead programmer of Doom, Quake, and others.
9 Guy Steele Co-inventor of Scheme and part of the Common Lisp Gang of Five. Currently working on Fortress.
10 Joe Armstrong Inventor of Erlang
11 Theo de Raadt Founder of OpenBSD project. Original author of OpenSSH.
12 Bernie Cosell One of the main software guys behind the original ARPANET IMP's and a master debugger.
13 Simon Peyton Jones Co-inventor of Haskell and lead designer of Glasgow Haskell Compiler.
14 Jamie Zawinski Author of XEmacs and early Netscape/Mozilla hacker.
15 Dan Ingalls Smalltalk implementor and designer.
16 Douglas Crockford JSON founder, JavaScript Architect at Yahoo!
17 Edi Weitz Lisp library hacker extraordinaire. Co-organizer of the European Common Lisp Meetings 2005 and 2006
18 Steve Yegge Blogger and Googler
19 David Heinemeier Hansson Invented Rails
20 Zack Rusin Qt graphics guru
21 Miguel de Icaza Wrote GNOME and Mono
22 Richard Gabriel Lisper and Poet. Currently a Distinguished Engineer at IBM. Chair of OOPSLA 2007.
23 Joshua Bloch Author of Java collections framework. Now at Google.
24 Brendan Eich Inventor of Javascript. CTO of the Mozilla Corporation
25 Andy Gavin Co-founder of Naughty Dog software. Wrote GOAL which was used to develop Jak and Daxter.
26 Richard Stallman Wrote Emacs, gcc, and started the Free Software movement.
27 Frances Allen Pioneer in optimizing compilers. First woman to win Turing Award (2006) and first woman IBM fellow.
28 Yukihiro Matsumoto Invented Ruby
29 Aaron Swartz Invented web.py
30 Bill Joy Wrote BSD TCP/IP stack, vi
31 Larry Wall Invented Perl
32 Tim Sweeney Founder of Epic Games. Wrote the Unreal Engine.
33 Paul Graham Lisp hacker and author.
34 Brad Fitzpatrick Wrote LiveJournal, OpenID, memcached, Perlbal
35 Michael Abrash Optimization expert
36 James Gosling Invented Java, NeWS windowing system.
37 Kent Beck Creator of XP
38 Dennis Ritchie Invented C and contributed to development of UNIX
39 Ward Cunningham Wrote the first Wiki and FIT.
40 Fabrice Bellard Wrote QEMU, TinyCC, FFMPEG; Winner of 2001 IOCCC
41 Roy Fielding One of the principle authors of HTTP specification. Invented REST. Co-founder of Apache project
42 Olin Shivers Comp Sci professor interested in Scheme and ML. Wrote scsh
43 Amy Fowler Core Java Swing developer
44 Donald Chamberlin Principle designer of SQL; ACM Intercollegiate Programming Contest judge, 1998-2005
45 Ray Tomlinson Wrote first networked email system and gave us the @-sign in email addresses.
46 Rod Johnson Original author of Spring Framework
47 Mark Jason Dominus Perl programmer; author of Higher Order Perl
48 Brian Kernighan The K in AWK and K&R. Author of the original "hello, world" program.
49 Bram Cohen Wrote BitTorrent
50 Rob Pike Author of first bitmap windowing system for Unix. Worked on Plan 9. Now works at Google.
51 Douglas Engelbart Invented computer mouse
52 Bjarne Stroustrup Invented C++
53 Anders Hejlsberg Lead architect of C#, Architect of Delphi at Borland. Wrote what became Turbo Pascal
54 Justin Frankel Wrote Winamp, NSIS, and Gnutella
55 Wil Shipley Wrote Delicious Monster. Founded Omni Group
56 Charles Simonyi Invented Hungarian notation. Original author of Microsoft Word. Head of the IP project at Microsoft, now running intentsoft.com
57 Zed Shaw Wrote Mongrel (Rails HTTP server)
58 Allison Randal Architect of Parrot virtual machine
59 Bruce Momjian Core PostgreSQL developer
60 Niklaus Wirth Invented Pascal, Modula, Oberon
61 Tom Lane Core PostgreSQL developer responsible for optimizer.
62 Ka-Ping Yee Python hacker extraordinaire.
63 Jeff Dean Google Fellow in Systems Infrastructure Group. Co-inventor of MapReduce.
64 Ola Bini Core JRuby developer
65 Poul-Henning Kamp FreeBSD kernel hacker
66 Wietse Venema Wrote Postfix. Co-wrote Satan and TCT
67 Urs Hölzle Researcher behind Sun's HotSpot JVM technology.
68 Paul Vixie Wrote BIND
69 Evan Phoenix Author of Rubinus compiler/virtual machine for Ruby
70 Larry Osterman Longtime Microsoftie
71 Jacob Kaplan-Moss Django developer. Wrote Tivo apps in Python and now hacking Python on the PSP
72 Keith Bostic Worked on BSD at Berkeley and one of the original authors of BerkeleyDB
73 Radia Perlman Invented spanning-tree protocol
74 Wouter van Oortmerssen Game programmer and language designer
75 Bob Scheifler Led the development of X Windows while the X Consortium was at MIT
76 Guillaume Laforge Groovy project lead
77 Simon Willison Django developer. Hacker Liason for Yahoo UK
78 Peter Karp Responsible for the development of BioCyc
79 Michael C. Schatz Author of a number of gene sequencing programs.
80 John McCarthy Invented Lisp
81 Guido van Rossum Invented Python
82 Steve Wozniak Wrote most of the original Apple II software.
83 Robert Morris Wrote the Internet Worm and co-founded Viaweb with Paul Graham
84 Andrew Tridgell Wrote Samba file server and co-invented rsync algorithm
85 Audrey Tang Leader of Pugs project to implement Perl 6 in Haskell
86 Paul Buchheit Creator of GMail
87 Andy Hertzfeld Key Macintosh developer
88 Raymond Chen Worked on OS/2, Windows 95, and Direct X
89 Xavier Leroy Primary developer of OCaml. Wrote LinuxThreads threading package used in pre 2.6 Linux kernels
90 Bill Atkinson Early Mac developer. Designed and implemented Hypercard
91 David Cutler Architect of VMS and Windows NT
92 Trevor Blackwell Principal at Viaweb. Now founder and CEO of Anybots
93 Bertrand Meyer Invented Eiffel
94 Alex Martelli Co-author of Python Cookbook and Author of Python in a Nutshell
95 Bruce Eckel Founding member of ANSI/ISO C++ committee. Author of Thinking in Java and Thinking in C++.
96 Richard Greenblatt Main implementor of Maclisp on PDP-6. Co-founded Lisp Machines, Inc.
97 Alain Colmerauer Invented Prolog
98 Don Stewart Haskell hacker
99 Marshall Kirk McKusick Designed Berkeley Fast File System.
100 Jim Hugunin Original author of Iron Python, now at Microsoft working on dynamic languages on the CLR. Co-designer of AspectJ language, lead development through 1.1 release.
101 Roberto Ierusalimschy Invented Lua
102 P.J. Plauger Worked on first commercial C compiler
103 Don Hopkins Invented Pie Menus, working on One Laptop Per Child project.
104 John Ousterhout Invented TCL
105 Eric Meijer Architect in SQL server group at Microsoft working on combining functional programming with the CLR and SQL
106 Udi Manber VP of Engineering at Google. Co-author of Glimpse, Agrep, and Harvest search packages.
107 Gavin King Original author of Hibernate, JBoss Seam
108 Dan Farmer Co-wrote Satan and TCT
109 Jim Blinn Graphics Fellow at Microsoft
110 Steve Dekorte Invented Io language.
111 Ilya Zakharevich Major contributor to perl5 including a major reworking of the regex engine. 
112 Matthew Ahrens Works on ZFS in kernel group at Sun
113 Alex Russell Created Dojo Javascript library
114 Gerald Jay Sussman Co-creator of Scheme and co-author of The Structure And Interpretation of Computer Programs.
115 Dan Bernstein Wrote djbns and qmail
116 Andrew Tanenbaum Created Minix, advocate for micro-kernels.
117 Erik Naggum Lisp hacker
118 Martin Fowler Chief Scientist at Thoughtworks. Author of Refactoring and many other books.
119 Matt Dillon FreeBSD hacker, founded DragonFly BSD project
120 Leslie Lamport Distributed systems researcher and developer of LaTeX
121 Why the lucky stiff Core Ruby developer and free spirit
122 Douglas McIlroy Unix toolsmith; invented Unix pipelines
123 Mark Pilgrim Wrote Universal Feed Parser. Author of Dive into Python and Dive into Accessibility. 
124 Philip Wadler Professor of Theoretical Computer Science at the University of Edinburgh. Contributed to design of Java, Haskell, and XQuery.
125 Richard Hipp Wrote sqlite embedded SQL database
126 Jeff Rubin According to Richard Gabriel a "code-writing savant".
127 Adrian Holovaty Lead developer of Django
128 Bram Moolenaar Wrote VIM (Vi IMproved)
129 Luke Gorrie Lisp and Erlang hacker. Project lead for SLIME.
130 Tim Peters Python hacker and author of Spambayes
131 Alvy Ray Smith Graphics pioneer. Worked at LucasFilm, helped found Pixar.
132 Damian Conway Perl hacker and three time winner of the Larry Wall award. Wrote Lingua::Romana::Perligata and others.
133 Jarkko Oikarinen Started IRC
134 Keith Packard X Windows hacker, founded X.Org Server project
135 Butler Lampson Systems pioneer. Worked on Xerox's Alto.
136 Dan Bricklin Wrote Visicalc
137 Ralph Johnson One of the Gang of Four
138 Carla Schroder Long-time Linux geek.
139 Joe Marshall Lisp hacker
140 Martin Odersky Invented Scala
141 James Duncan Davidson Started Apache Ant and Apache Tomcat projects. Author of Java Servlet API and Java API for XML processing J2EE specifications.
142 Brian Behlendorf Apache organizer
143 Ray Ozzie Main architect of Lotus Notes. Now Chief Software Architect at Microsoft.
144 Henry Spencer Wrote Unix regex library later incorporated into Tcl and Perl. Co-wrote C News news server
145 Paul 'Rusty' Russell One of Linus Torvald's top deputies. Wrote ipchains and netfilter/iptables packet filtering code
146 David Korn Wrote the Korn shell
147 Avi Bryant Co-founder Dabble DB
148 Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen Wrote Gnus and Gmane
149 Doug Lea Concurrency expert and systems programmer.
150 Adele Goldberg Smalltalk designer and documenter.
151 Austin Meyer Author of X-Plane and Space Combat flight simulators
152 Paul Haeberli Computer graphics researcher
153 Craig McClanahan Original author of Apache Struts
154 Will Crowther Wrote Adventure and the inner packet processing loop of the original internet IMPs
155 Arthur Whitney Invented A+ and K languages and wrote prototype of J language
156 Peter Weinberger The W in AWK
157 Thomas Enebo Principle JRuby developer
158 John Vlissides One of the Gang of Four
159 Dominic Giampaolo Wrote BeOS file system
160 Mike Karels System architect of BSD 4.3 and 4.4 releases.
161 Rob Barnaby Worked some on early Logo, wrote Word Star. Also did Stringcomp, an early string processing language.
162 Mark Maybee Worked on ZFS DMU at Sun.
163 Dan Sugalski Original architect of Parrot VM
164 Mark Fletcher Founder Bloglines, egroups
165 Graham Spencer Co-founder Excite & Jot-Spot
166 Paul Mackerras Samba developer
167 Val Henson Kernel hacker and file systems specialist.
168 Jeff Bonwick Chief architect of ZFS
169 Rainer Joswig Contributes to CL-HTTP
170 Joel Reymont Open Poker
171 Peter-Paul Koch Javascript guru. Maintains quirksmode website.
172 Frank Heart Managed the group that built the ARPANET.
173 Evan Williams Twitter
174 Chrilly Donninger Author of the Hydra chess program.
175 Richard Fateman Computer algebraist. Worked on MacSysma and Maxima
176 Alan Cox One of Linus Torvalds's main lieutenants. Wrote Linux TCP/IP code.
177 Stephen Wolfram Invented Mathematica
178 Philip Greenspun Author of Greenspun's Tenth Law and sometimes instructor at MIT
179 Bill Gosper One of the original MIT hackers. Worked on Lisp machines, Maclisp, and Macsyma 
180 Whitfield Diffie Discovered principle of public key cryptography
181 Sergey Brin Founded Google
182 Gregor Kiczales Wrote Common Lisp MOP. Invented Aspect Oriented programming.
183 Alexander Stepanov Author of the Standard Template Library for C++
184 Larry Page Founded Google
185 Marc Andreessen Co-wrote Mosaic. Founded Netscape.
186 Danny Hillis Founder of Thinking Machines
187 Vinton Cerf Father of TCP/IP
188 Van Jacobson Redesigned TCP/IP flow control algorithms, saving the net from total collapse. Eponymous inventor of Van Jacobson TCP/IP header compression.
189 Bill Gates Wrote BASIC for Altair
190 Henry Baker One of the founder of Symbolics; comp sci. researcher
191 Brad Cox Invented Objective C
192 Jonathan Rees Designed T dialect of Scheme and co-wrote Scheme 48
193 Ivan Sutherland Invented Sketchpad, precursor to modern GUIs
194 Mark Shuttleworth Founded Thawte and Ubuntu project. Previously a Debian developer
195 Ingo Molnár Linux hacker, author of many Linux perfomance improvements.
196 Kent Pitman Technical Editor of Common Lisp ANSI standard
197 Jon Bentley Author of Programming Pearls books.
198 Tom Duff Invented Duff's device and noted graphics programmer
199 Dave Fox Lisp hacker, directior of Lispworks Ltd.
200 Marco Baringer Common Lisp hacker, author of Uncommon Web
201 John Foderaro Original author of Franz's Allegro Common Lisp
202 Elizabeth Rather Colleague of Chuck Moore and second ever Forth programmer
203 Rasmus Lerdorf Invented PHP
204 Steve Russell One of John McCarthy's grad students. Brought Lisp to life by hand-coding EVAL in assembler. Wrote Spacewar.
205 Ellen Spertus Head of Interdisciplinary Computer Science department at Mills College
206 Charles Nutter Principle JRuby developer
207 Edward Feigenbaum Father of Expert Systems
208 Tom Lord Scheme and C hacker. Wrote GNU Arch
209 Erich Gamma One of the Gang of Four
210 Mitchell Kapor Founded Lotus
211 Janus Friis Founder of Joost, Skype, Kazaa
212 Graham Nelson Invented Inform language used to program interatvive fiction
213 Mark Zuckerberg Founder and CEO of Facebook
214 Scott McKay Lisp and Dylan designer.
215 Paul Allen Co-founded Microsoft.
216 Richard Kelsey Co-wrote Scheme 48 and edited R5RS
217 Nick Bradbury Wrote HomeSite, TopStyle, and FeedDemon
218 John Gilmore Contributor to several GNU projects. Co-author of Bootstrap protocol which became DHCP. Founder of EFF, Cypherpunks mailing list, and Cygnus solutions. 
219 Rick Olsen Core Rails developer, wrote Mephisto and Beast
220 Richard Karp Researcher in theory of algorithms
221 Roger Hui Implementor of of J language
222 Scott Meyers Author of Effective C++, More Effective C++, Effective STL
223 Russ Cox Worked on Plan 9. Represented U.S. at 1995 International Olympiad in Informatics
224 Peter Van Roy Contributor to Mozart/Oz programming system. Author of Concepts, Techniques, and Models of Computer Programming
225 Matt Mackall Wrote Mecurial version control system.
226 Chris Wanstrath Notable Rails programmer
227 Niklas Zennstrom Founder of Joost, Skype, Kazaa
228 John Mashey Early Unix hacker
229 Gavin Schmidt Programmer on GISS climate modeling software.
230 Robert Martin Founder and CEO of Object Mentor. C++ and Agile methods expert.
231 Dan Geer Security expert
232 Neil Hodgson Wrote Scintilla and SciTE
233 Stefan Meyer-Kahlen Author of Shredder chess program
234 Alessandro Rubini Linux kernel hacker
235 Marcus Ranum Security expert and author of Firewall Toolkit and Network Flight Recorder
236 Richard Helm One of the Gang of Four
237 Charles Hedrick Lisp Unix hacker
238 Salvatore Sanfilippo Software developer and security expert
239 Sam Leffler BSD hacker. Wrote FreeBSD wi-fi drivers
240 Chris Torek BSDI os hacker
241 Jeff Mogul HP Fellow working on networking performance. Contributed to HTTP 1.1 spec
242 John Harper Wrote librep and the sawfish window manager
243 Spencer Janssen Wrote xmonad, a tiling window manager implemened in Haskell
244 Graeme Rocher Grails project lead
245 Erik Benson Cheif Janitorial Officer - Robot Coop
246 Sape Mullender Member of Technical Staff, Lucent Technologies,Bell Labs Innovations, Computing Sciences Research, Murray Hill, New Jersey.
247 Greg Linden Founder Findory & worked at Amazon
248 Dick Wall Co-host of the Java Posse podcast. Works at Google.
249 Spencer Kimball Co-wrote GIMP. Googler.
250 Peter Mattis Co-wrote GIMP. Googler.
251 Shay Bushinsky Co-author of Junior chess program.
252 Dennis Crawley DodgeBall
253 Biz Stone Twitter
254 Max Levchin Co-founder Pay Pal & Slide
255 Joel Spolsky FogCreekSoftware
256 Munjal Shah Co-founder Riya
257 Dierk Koenig. Groovy, Grails contributor
258 Rusty Bobrow BBNer doing work in computational linguistics, speech recognition, and artificial intelligence.
259 Simon Tatham Author of PuTTY
260 Eric Swildens Founder Microline Software, Co-founder Speedera Networks
261 Robert Thau Early Apache developer. Started Bianca Troll
262 Naval Ravikanth Founder vast.com
263 Sam Stephenson Created Prototype Javascript library
264 Hal Abelson Abelson of Abelson and Sussman. MIT professor.
265 Marvin Minsky Artifical Intelligence researcher
266 Bruce Schneier Security expert. Creator of Twofish block cipher.
267 Michael Feathers XP guru
268 Barry Boehem Software metrics guru
269 Brian Harvey UC Comp Sci professor. Author of Berkeley Logo
270 Rob McCool Wrote NCSA HTTPd; drafted Common Gateway Interface specification
271 Eric Allman Wrote sendmail
272 Andrew Hunt Co-founder of Pragmatic Programmers
273 Dave Thomas Co-founder of Pragmatic Programmers
274 Dan Piponi Graphics programmer and theorist.
275 Mathias Feist Co-author of Fritz chess program.
276 Eric Bina Co-wrote Mosaic.
277 Frans Morsch Co-author of Fritz chess program.
278 John Socha Wrote many DOS software packages for Norton Computing
279 Peter Norton Wrote the first version of the Norton Utilities
280 Jon Kleinberg Cornell Comp. Sci. professor.
281 Amir Ban Co-author of Junior chess program.
282 Watts Humphrey CMM guru.
283 Dan Weinreb Founder of Symbolics. Now at ITA.
284 Thomas Knoll Original creator of Photoshop.

参考网站编辑本段回目录

→如果您认为本词条还有待完善,请 编辑词条

词条内容仅供参考,如果您需要解决具体问题
(尤其在法律、医学等领域),建议您咨询相关领域专业人士。
6

标签: 著名程序员 程序员 IT人物

收藏到: Favorites  

同义词: 暂无同义词

关于本词条的评论 (共2条)查看评论>>

对词条发表评论

评论长度最大为200个字符。