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Name: Tom Pappas
Location: United States United States
Member Since: Apr 20, 2004, 04:45pm EDT (13.9 years ago)
Last Login: May 24, 2009, 02:45pm EDT

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I'm a retired IT professional. The first computer I programmed was an IBM 650 at Kansas University, where I began my study of electrical engineering in 1960. My first "real" job was fixing mainframe computers as a Customer Engineer at IBM. I have designed software systems for three airlines, six lodging chains, and myriad smaller clients. I accomplished the overall design of the KIAC cargo tracking system at The Flying Tiger Line. Much of that design is visible today in the FedEx system.

In the early '90s, I designed and deployed the world's first internet-based golf reservation network.

I built my first personal computer (a Sphere I) from parts in 1976.

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