Bob Greenberg is in the second row, second from the left in the photo, which he arranged to be taken for Microsoft from a photo studio during his employment.

He was first hired in 1977 by Bill Gates (with whom he had attended Harvard) to create a new version of the programming language BASIC for a Texas Instruments computer, and later he served Microsoft as a programmer during it's early days.

He also donated $7,000 in mid-1977 during a fiscal shortage.

He left in 1981 and is no longer employed by Microsoft Corporation.

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