career as a software engineer. I retired in 1999. I am a veteran of the vacuum tube era, having started
at Burroughs Corp. (now part of Unisys) in 1956. I wrote thousands of lines of programs for the Burroughs
204 and 205 in, I kid you not, absolute -- we didn't have assemblers or compilers. If anyone is interested in
these computers, contact me. P.S. I also have an earned doctorate from Northwestern U.
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