The software engineer who wrote GOSMACS, and served as Sun Microsystems, Inc. project leader for both NeWS, and Java. He is currently (1997) a Vice President and “Distinguished Engineer” at Sun.
- James gould cozzens
[kuhz-uh nz] /ˈkʌz ənz/ noun 1. James Gould, 1903–78, U.S. novelist.
- James harper
[hahr-per] /ˈhɑr pər/ noun 1. James, 1795–1869, and his brothers John, 1797–1875, (Joseph) Wesley, 1801–70, and Fletcher, 1806–77, U.S. printers and publishers. 2. a male or female given name. /ˈhɑːpə/ noun 1. Stephen (Joseph). Born 1959. Canadian statesman; prime minister from 2006 n. Old English hearpere, agent noun from harp (v.). As a surname, from […]
- James hogg
[hog] /hɒg/ noun 1. James (“the Ettrick Shepherd”) 1770–1835, Scottish poet. /hɒɡ/ noun 1. an uncastrated male pig 2. a sheep of either sex aged between birth and second shearing /hɒɡ/ noun 1. James, known as the Ettrick Shepherd. 1770–1835, Scottish poet and writer. His works include the volume of poems The Queen’s Wake (1813) […]
- James hutton
[huht-n] /ˈhʌt n/ noun 1. James, 1726–97, Scottish geologist: formulated uniformitarianism. /ˈhʌtən/ noun 1. James. 1726–97, Scottish geologist, regarded as the founder of modern geology 2. Sir Leonard, known as Len Hutton. 1916–90, English cricketer; the first professional captain of England (1953) Hutton (hŭt’n) Scottish geologist whose theories of rock and land formation laid the […]