"CEO, Chairman and Co-founder of LightSurf, Philippe Kahn's name seems to be synonymous with success. This is his
third successful company: Starfish Software (founded in 1994) and Borland International (1982) being the other two.
Having done his graduation and postgraduation in pure mathematics, Philippe was one of the first key programmers for the
Micral, the Intel based machine developed in France and recognized by The Computer Museum as the first personal
computer available outside a build-it-yourself kit. Prakash Advani interviewed the man who spearheaded the
object-computing revolution and the move to component-based software, changing software development methodologies
forever." More at FreeOS.com.
May 10, 2001