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Formerly at Microsoft and BEA, founder of Crossgain, now at Google.
Adam Bosworth was one of the founders of Analytica. This company (and its flagship product, Reflex) got bought by Borland in 1985, where Bosworth went on to develop the first version of Quattro (which later evolved to become Quattro Pro).
In 1989 he went to Microsoft, where he was instrumental in building Microsoft Access and managed ODBC development for some time.
Later, Adam Bosworth was the General Manager of the groundbreaking [create Trident] (DHTML in IE 4) project and in charge of several XML-related development efforts (which can be seen as [one of the the] germs of the .NET platform).
In 2000 he left the Redmond behemoth to start Crossgain, which immediately came under fire from Microsoft (for ignoring noncompete agreements), giving it quite a bit of attention.
Crossgain has been sold to BEA in [create 2001-07].
In July 2004, Adam Bosworth followed "the siren's song of consumer products" (2004-07-24-bosOogle) and went to work for Google.
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