I’ve been working in ICT since 1974, so I have seen a lot of changes. I started out by learning Cobol programming for ICL 1900 Series mainframes, then taught programming for several years. In 1975, I had my own personal mainframe computer, because the college I worked for had acquired one, but didn’t even know how to turn it on. They asked me to figure it out, so I worked through the library of manuals, and got it working.

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Trevor E Hilder

ICT Veteran | Cybernetician | Tech Startup Mentor | Infrastructure Historian

CEO @ Nail Soup Ltd