Andrew Tanenbaum

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Andrew Tanenbaum is an American computer scientist, and professor of computer science Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam. He is known for the creation of Minix, a precursor to Linux, and for his various texts on computing science, generally regarded as a standard in the field.