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- IBM (optimizing the GNU compiler for the Power architecture, previously cell).
- Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) (optimizing the GNU compiler for their chips).
- Metrowerks (CodeWarrior PS/2 and PSP compiler);
- Sharp Electronics (GNU Compiler for a future chip);
- Kada systems (MIPS Just in Time compiler for the Kada Java system);
- Red Hat (GNU Compiler for various systems);
- Cygnus Solutions (GNU Compiler for various systems);
- Open Software Foundation (GNU Compiler for MIPS, x86, and NS32532 systems);
- Data General (GNU Compiler for Motorola 8800 and Data General compilers for MV/Eclipse, Eclipse, and Nova computers).
Here is a picture of me juggling 3 balls, and here
is a head shot of me in one of my renaissance costumes.
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