Michael Toy is an American computer programmer. He was one of the developers of the 1980s dungeon-crawling computer game Rogue. He later became an employee of SGI and followed its founder Jim Clark when he left to form Netscape. Following his time there, Toy joined Mitch Kapor's OSAF organization in 2003, becoming the first software development manager for the Chandler project.
Toy appears in Code Rush, a documentary on the history of the development and release of the Mozilla source code at Netscape.
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... The original authors of Rogue are Michael Toy, Glenn Wichman, and then Ken Arnold ... system at UC Santa Cruz and later coding moved, along with Michael Toy, to UC Berkeley ... Rogue was ported by Michael Toy and Jon Lane to the IBM PC in 1984, and then by Michael Toy to the Macintosh ...
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