Sassenrath to Discuss New Internet Technology
ARCATA, CA, USA - "Why the Web Worked and What's Next?" is the title of a public presentation to be given by Carl Sassenrath, the founder of REBOL Technologies, on Friday, April 11th in the Goodwin Forum on the HSU campus at 10:30 a.m.
Sassenrath's company has developed a new type of computer language that dramatically improves the way people communicate, collaborate, and process information across all Internet devices.
"The world wide web has greatly improved the efficiency of how information is published and accessed over the Internet, but the revolution in more effective group communications has yet to come," says Sassenrath. "Email is not the answer. It's too cluttered with junk mail and too limited in functionality," he added.
Sassenrath has introduced a new approach called the X Internet that allows all the computers of the Internet to work together to share more of the application workload and communicate with servers in a more intelligent manner. He designed a new language specifically for the Internet that makes programming and communications simpler and more accessible to programmers and users.
Sassenrath, who has specialized in computer languages and operating systems for more than twenty years, is best known for his original design and implementation of the Amiga Multitasking Operating System that was released in 1985. He has a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from UC Davis and worked as an operating system engineer at Hewlett Packard, Apple Computer, and Commodore Business Machines.
The public presentation on April 11th is being sponsored by Dr. Kai Chu, the founder of HSU's Emerging Technologies Institute.