Neumann in 2009

Erik Neumann is a software engineer that worked on VideoWorks II and developed the Lingo scripting language with John Henry Thompson at MacroMind.[1]

Neumann received a BA in Mathematics from Oberlin College, Ohio in 1978, and an MBA from the University of Chicago in 1984. He was the vice-president of engineering at MacroMind for 5 years before moving on to Apple Computer and then Kaleida Labs.[2]

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  1. An Unofficial Brief History of Director by Luke Wigley, Lingo Workshop. 2017-01-27.
  2. About Me by Erik Neumann, My Physics Lab. Archived 2009-07-18.

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