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Michael Wilson: Commentary

I joined Leo in 1961 at Minerva Road. I had just graduated from Teachers College and in those days a teacher was at the bottom of any salary scale. So I applied for and was hired as an Instructor for the LEO III Field Engineering Training School. Soon I was Manager of Leo 3 and KDP 10 training. I had gone to Kidsgrove to learn the KDP 10 and then taught the first class in London. I worked for Reg Allen and then John Wheeler.

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Creator : LEO

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH53415. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

Michael Wilson: Commentary

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