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Bruce Maggs

Bruce MacDowell Maggs is a former computer science professor at Carnegie Mellon University, currently teaching at Duke University, and Vice President of Research for Akamai Technologies. He specializes in computer systems and network theory research.

Personal life

Maggs is a co-creator of Avatar, an early multiplayer online game developed at the University of Illinois in the late 1970s.

References

  • Bruce Maggs's Homepage
  • Bruce Maggs's Publications on DBLP

External links

  • An Interview with Bruce Maggs, vice-president for R&D at Akamai Tech - Mihai Budiu, Netreport, March 2001


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