Walter Smith

Early Newton Team Member, Apple

Walter Smith was one of the earliest members of the Newton team at Apple. He designed the NewtonScript programming language (nicknamed 'Wallyscript') and Newton's object-based data storage system. He also helped design the operating-system kernel, user-interface toolbox, and development tools for the Newton. Since then, he has been a software architect at Microsoft, and is currently cofounder/CTO at CareZone. Smith holds a bachelor of science degree in applied mathematics from Carnegie Mellon University.


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