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Steve Farrow: Interview

Interviewee: Steve Farrow
Interviewer: Martin Garthwaite
Role in LEO: Commissioning and Design Engineer
Joined LEO: Spring 1957

Abstract: Took Science degree at Imperial College after national service in RAF. Joined LEO after seeing an advertisement. Steve worked as a commissioning engineer first on LEO II machines including commissioning the Bull Printer on LEO II/3 and subsequently on LEO II machines. Achieved rank of Chief Engineer for LEO III. Involved in design of the abandoned LEO IV after merger with English Electric. Subsequent career from 1965 with Medical Research Council working as a design engineer.

Copyright: Leo Computers Society.

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(Recording and transcript to be added.)

Date : Unknown

Creator : Leo Computers Society

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH53376. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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