Andrew Herbert

Andrew Herbert

Andrew James Herbert OBE (born 1954) is a British computer scientist, formerly Chairman of Microsoft Research, for the Europe, Middle East and Africa region.

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1916 – 31 October 1919 Chancellor of the Exchequer Andrew Bonar Law 10 December 1916 Conservative also Leader of the House of Commons in the War Cabinet since 6 December. 1921 Conservative President of the Board of Education Herbert Fisher 10 December 1916 Liberal Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Education Herbert Lewis 10 December 1916 Liberal knighted in 1922 ... Kellaway 1 April 1921 Liberal Assistant Postmaster General Herbert Pease 10 December 1916 Conservative Minister without Portfolio Arthur Henderson 10 December 1916 – 12 August 1917 Labour in the War Cabinet ...
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Andrew Herbert - Publications
... Herbert published several books and articles, a selection 1979 ... The Cambridge CAP Computer and Its Operating System ...

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    But the sweet cement, which in one sure band
    Ties the whole frame, is Love
    And Charitie.
    —George Herbert (1593–1633)

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