Bruce was the co-founder of WebTV Networks, a company that enables households to access Internet through their televisions. WebTV Networks was purchased by Microsoft and Bruce became the President of Microsoft's WebTV Network subsidiary.
He was instrumental in the conception and deployment of the world's first consumer Internet appliance and service. Prior to WebTV, Bruce held senior management and engineering roles at Rocket Science Games and General Magic Inc. He began his career at Apple Computer, where he invented and brought to market QuickTime and 32-bit QuickDraw.
Bruce graduated from Stanford University with Bachelor's and Master's degrees in electrical engineering and computer science. During his Stanford years, Bruce worked at Microsoft on the initial versions of Word and Multiplan (Excel). As an Angel investor, Bruce has had three public exits from seed investments: Danger (Microsoft), Mirra (Seagate), and Android (Google).
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