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Benjamin Kowarsch

Founder, Project Manager, Designer and Compiler Implementor

Benjamin is an engineer by training and a project manager by trade. Over the last two decades he mostly worked on telecommunications infrastructure from the smallest to the largest scale. In the late 1980s he participated for a couple of years as a rookie in the ISO Modula-2 working group. In 2009 he co-founded the Modula-2 revision project together with Rick Sutcliffe and has been working on the design and specification since then in his spare time. He is the editor of the language specification and the principal author of the project's Modula-2 compiler which is still work in progress.

Rick Sutcliffe

Founder, Designer, Standard Library Implementor

Rick is a professor for mathematics and computing at TWU (Trinity Western University) of Langley B.C. near Vancouver, Canada. He was an editor of the ISO Modula-2 standard, the author of the ISO Modula-2 generics extension and implemented the ISO Modula-2 IO library. He authored textbooks on Modula-2 and has written several other books and a technology column. In 2009 he co-founded the Modula-2 revision project together with Benjamin Kowarsch and has been working on revision and design since then in his spare time. He is the principal reviewer of the language specification and the implementor of the project's Modula-2 standard library which is still work in progress.

Tom Breeden

Compiler Developer, Pragma System Implementor

Tom is the implementor and maintainer of Aglet Modula-2, an ISO M2 compiler for AmigaOS. He has been one of the project's long time peer reviewers providing critical feedback on the language specification. Tom has taken charge of implementing the pragma system specification.

Michael Heilmann

Compiler Implementor

(bio: to do)