Wayne Rosing, former V.P. of Engineering at Google, join us for a conversation on Design & Innovation. Come listen, ask questions, and meet Mr. Rosing at the reception following.
Rosing has been a key player in several landmark projects in the computing industry since the late 1970s. Gaining experience as an engineering manager at DEC and Data General in the 1970s, he became a director of engineering at Apple Computer in the early 1980s. There he led the Apple Lisa project, the forerunner to the MAC. He then went on to work at Sun Microsystems and headed the spin-off First Person. At Sun Labs, his team developed Java. Rosing served as Vice President of Engineering at Google from January 2001 to May 2005. He continues to serve as an advisor to Google and is now a senior fellow in mathematical and physical sciences at the University of California, Davis. He splits his time between Silicon Valley and the Santa Barbara area. As a hobby, Rosing grinds telescope mirrors.
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