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Brad Cox

Thinking about Brad Cox a loyal, friend a brilliant engineer and an inspired colleague at both ITT and a startup called Stepstone he founded with Tom Love. They invented OOP back in 1984 and implemented the first versions of Objective-C. That led to Apple's resurgence after Steve Jobs recognized the significance of the language. Brad passed away a few days ago and his wife Etta is arranging a memorial service in his hometown of Lake City South Carolina next week Jan 13, 2021. Contact me if you would like to find out more, ken@hamer-hodges.us

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