Eric Andeen

Eric Andeen (Klingon name: pagh) is an experienced American Klingonist, and software engineer at Microsoft. He holds the KLCP rank of po'wI' (expert). He is known for being the longest actively-serving Beginners' Grammarian of the KLI Email Discussion Forum, having held the role from 25 August 1998 until 26 August 2000, a total of two years. In his role at Microsoft, Eric is also in part responsible for the 2013 incorporation of Klingon translation capabilities into Microsoft's online machine translation service, Bing Translator(1)(2).

He was honoured for his eminence as a Klingonist by being inducted into the order of the Friends of Maltz in 2001.

See also


1 : Stars align for a Microsoft 'Star Trek' marketing deal, retrieved 24 Jun 2015

2 : It is a good day to Bing: Microsoft adds Klingon support, retrieved 24 Jun 2015

Beginners' Grammarian of the KLI
1. Barbara Dobelbower • 2. d'Armond Speers • 3. Will Martin • 4. Randall Franklin • 5. Alan Anderson • 7. David Trimboli • 8. Robyn Stewart • 9. Eric Andeen • 10. Tad Stauffer • 11. Roger Cheesbro • 12. Lieven L. Litaer • 13. Scott Willis • 14. Rhona Fenwick • 15. Terrence Donnelly • 16. John Harness

Friends of Maltz
1999: Alan Anderson •  Will Martin •  Mark Shoulson •  d'Armond Speers •  Rich Yampell
2000: Nick Nicholas
2001: Eric Andeen •  Robyn Stewart
2016: Jeremy Cowan •  Chris Lipscombe •  Lieven L. Litaer •  Robyn Stewart

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