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John Daines: Interview

Interviewee: John Daines DOB: 28th July 1943
Interviewer: Ray Hennessy
Date of Interview: 26/04/2012
Role in LEO: Computer Operator
Joined LEO: October 1961

Abstract: John was an operator in the LEO II bureau and then did acceptance trials for LEO III systems in the Minerva Road factory before moving onto System 4 trials and software development. His oral history covers the role of operators in the early days. He progressed through ICL until retirement as a senior consultant in 2002. Active member of LEO Computers Society.

Recording: MP3/4 (recording and transcript to be added).

Copyright: LEO Computers Society

Date : 26th April 2012

Creator : Leo Computers Society

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH53366. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

John Daines: Interview

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