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Pavel Curtis

Pavel Curtis
Residence Seattle, Washington
Nationality American
Fields Computer Science

Pavel Curtis is an American software architect at Microsoft who is best known for having founded and managed LambdaMOO, an online community.[1]

In the early 1980s, Curtis created and taught the computer science course at the Center for Talented Youth summer program.[2]

Curtis was a member of the research staff at Xerox PARC from 1983 to 1996, where he worked in the areas of programming language design and implementation, programming environments, and online collaboration systems. He developed LambdaMoo during this period.

Curtis left Xerox in 1997 to become a principal architect and co-founder of PlaceWare, [3]a web-conferencing company that was acquired by Microsoft in 2003.

Outside of work, Curtis is now the sole proprietor of Pavel's Puzzles, a website selling mechanical puzzles, mostly designed by him.


  1. ^ Mind game in the MUD
  2. ^ Re: Looking for Pavel Curtis. Bram Boroson, 1992-Feb-25, Message ID 1992Feb25.025145.15491@ucsu.Colorado.EDU
  3. ^ "The PlaceWare Platform: Web-based Collaborative Apps Made Simple"

External links

  • Pavel's Puzzles
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