The Three Biggest Tech Game Changers of Our Age

Keith Bentley, CTO of Bentley Systems, has had a driver’s seat at the infrastructure software company for all of the company’s existence. That’s 38 years—a lifetime if you consider the life of the personal computer. The Bentley brothers, including Keith, took the precursor of MicroStation running on minicomputers (Intergraph’s version of the DEC VAX) and ported it to the IBM AT in 1986.
Keith is 63 years old but carries himself as a younger man. It may be the runni…
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