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Walt Bilofsky,
an American computer scientist, programmer, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. Walt made first programming experience in 1960, at The Bronx High School of Science in New York City, and a few years later, while a student at Cornell University, he programmed several computers, including the Burroughs 220. He worked a Bolt, Beranek and Newman, the company that created the ARPANET, and was one of the founders of Interactive Systems Corporation in 1977 [1], the first vendor of UNIX outside AT&T.
Walt Bilofsky [2]

Software Toolworks

In 1980, Walt Bilofsky founded The Software Toolworks, Inc. [3] [4], where he was along with Michael E. Duffy and primary engine author David Kittinger one of the creators of the Chessmaster 2000 in 1986 [5].

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References

  1. ^ Walt Bilofsky's Home Page - Software Publisher
  2. ^ Image cropped from Ronyelle Banks registers with 'Salmon Bubba' Walt Bilofsky, Salmon Derby, Tiburon Yacht Club, August 26, 2007
  3. ^ Walt Bilofsky's Home Page - Software Publisher
  4. ^ The Software Toolworks Home Page
  5. ^ The Chessmaster 2000 - MobyGames
  6. ^ Treasure Island Museum Association
  7. ^ Treasure Island, San Francisco from Wikipedia
  8. ^ Jacques Schnier » Art and Architecture - San Francisco

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