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Ray Shaw: Interview 27th September 2016 53377

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Ray Shaw and Leo Computers Society

Digital audio of a recorded interview with Ray Shaw, who was a member of the original LEO I design team and who worked on LEO I and LEO II and later worked with ICL as a design engineer and project manager.

Interviewer: John Daines
Date of interview: 27 September 2016
Length of recording: 56m12s
Format: 1 original .wav recording 567.51MB (transferred to .mov video for presentation on YouTube 209MB)
Copyright in recording content: Ray Shaw and LEO Computers Society

Transcript editor: unedited

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.

Transcript of interview: to be added

Date : 27th September 2016

Physical Description : 1 digital file, audio

Provenance :
Recording made by the LEO Computers Society as part of their ongoing oral history project.

Archive References : CMLEO/LS/AV/SHAW-20160927 , DCMLEO20221231006

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