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Wikipedia: David Baszucki

David Baszucki (born January 20, 1963) is the co-founder of Roblox alongside the late Erik Cassel, and is currently the CEO of Roblox. He formerly used the builderman account, but has long since abandoned it in favor of this one. He has four children, and currently resides in Portola Valley, California.[1]


Before ROBLOX

Before he helped found ROBLOX, he founded the now defunct company "Knowledge Revolution".[1] There at Knowledge Revolution, David helped create a physics simulator called "Interactive Physics", which later sold millions of copies[2] and of which ROBLOX was inspired from.[3]

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The Interactive Physics software incorporated parts, hinges ropes and springs.

After Knowledge Revolution was bought by MSC Software for 20 million dollars, he became the Vice President and General Manager of MSC Software, there he ran the desktop simulation division.[1]

After a few years, David Baszucki left, along with ROBLOX co-founder Erik Cassel (whom of which also held a senior position at the company).[1]

Education

Baszucki was a General Motors scholar in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University.[1]

Trivia

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  • His join date is not visible as being in 2004 due to limitations.
  • David is friends with some unknown people with no place visits, an example being sancho101. This is due to a game exploit allowing users to make the game think they are using another account. The two users then friend each other and are added on the "fake" accounts.
  • David.baszucki is one of the only five users with a period in his name; the other three being erik.cassel, Predator.John123, YUKI.N, and foot.longer.
  • Unlike other beta users, David's join date is around 2007 instead of Febuary 27 2006, due to that he was last active in around 2007 or 2008.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 https://corp.roblox.com/people
  2. http://blog.roblox.com/2011/12/a-brief-history-of-physics-in-video-games/
  3. http://blog.roblox.com/2013/02/in-memory-of-erik-cassel/