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Alfredo Kengi Kojima (born February 25, 1976 in Gramado, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil) is a Japanese-Brazilian programmer and has been the lead developer of Window Maker, a X11 window manager, since 1997.
After graduating with his bachelor's degree in computer science from UFRGS, he began to work at Conectiva where he wrote the first version of Synaptic, a package manager and, in collaboration with Claudio Matsuoka wrote a RPM backend for APT — previously, the APT suite was available only for Debian's DEB/dpkg format.
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