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rick merritt
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Eniac days
rick merritt   8/2/2013 10:45:53 AM
Wow, this reminds me of the early days of computing and the Eniac (see below, before my time!)

Programming in this era was about walking around with a clipboard and flipping a bazillion switches from instructions typed out on a sheet of paper. Not a very high level language!

Where do you find these folks, Caleb?



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