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Kent Joshi

In 1982, Kent Joshi placed his fingers on a plastic membrane keyboard of an Atari 400 with 8KB (not MB) of RAM and a cassette player for storage and since then he's been unable to keep his hands off computers. In 1986, he worked for a small software company called Microsoft. Later, he worked for IBM on the next killer version of DOS called OS/2.Kent had his own consulting company, The Joshi Group, with clients such as Nestlé , Taco Bell and Merrill Lynch, which he sold to Software Spectrum....See more