Last night I learned (via tweet from my friend and former colleague Philip Borenstein) that Andrew Singer had passed away recently.
Andrew was one of the founders of THINK Technologies, and nearly thirty years after the fact, those are names recognized by very few.
THINK created some of the first and most important developer tools for the Macintosh platform, built around C/C++ and Pascal. The PowerPC version of MPW
, Apple’s official development environment, was built around what had been THINK C—by then owned by Symantec.