I started in 1970 at Cal Pol Pomona in the Electrical/Electronic major. I switched to Computer Science when the Math department created the degree. Worked on campus at the computer system showing students how to keypunch (Student Assistant), then Computer Operator on the weekends showing the staff where they made a mistake in their programs. Worked with DEC install the minicomputers on campus. Worked in Consulting for several years programming on DEC machines in business (Mesa Water District Billing) and ATE interfacing to 6800 Microprocessors with Rockwell in Irvine. Worked with several medical insurance companies and then left to consult on my own to several successful independent companies, designing computer rooms, home offices. Now semi-retired and just keeping small companies connected to the web and telephones, as well as their computer networks.
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