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Ray Shaw: Interview

Interviewee: Ray Shaw DOB: 17th April 1924
Interviewer: John Daines
Date of Interview: 27th September 2016
Role in LEO: Design Engineer, Project Manager
Joined LEO: 1949
Abstract: Joined Pinkerton as a design engineer, rising to senior design engineer for LEO I and II. Left LEO in 1956 to work with John Bennet in Australia at Sydney University. A distinguished career as project manager and design engineer with ICL followed including work on communication Systems. Retired in 1981 but carried on working as private consultant.
Copyright: Leo Computers Society.
Restrictions: None known
(Recording and transcript to be added.)

Date : 27th September 2016

Creator : Leo Computers Society

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH53377. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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