IT Honor Roll

The IT History Society wishes to acknowledge individuals who have made a noteworthy and out of the ordinary contribution to the information technology industry. Suggestions should be submitted by the community and not the individual. All submissions are subject for review by the IT Honor Roll Committee. If you have someone you'd like to nominate for the "IT Honor Roll," please submit it to us here.


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Paul Thelen

Founder of the largest portal for downloadable games in the world

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Tim O'Reilly

Founder of O'Reilly Media, publisher of some of the most industry standard books on information technology

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Marsha J. Berger

Developer of high-performance versions of the method for unsteady compressible flow, parallel versions of AMR, a steady flow version of AMR, and a number of algorithmic innovations which is the basis for a large number of activities around the world in developing adaptive methods; and developer of Cartesian mesh finite difference methods for numerical PDE's in complex geometries

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Stephen Arthur Cook

For his advancement of our understanding of the complexity of computation in a significant and profound way

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Nicholas (Nick) Shelness

Contributor to Lotus' e-mail and collaborator on products including Notes, Domino and cc:Mail

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Igor L. Markov

Leader of the effort on the Hardware tree during the 2011 redesign of the ACM Computing Classification System

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Norman H. Nie

Co-inventor of a computer software package called the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS)

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Cleve Barry Moler

Co-author of LINPACK and EISPACK, FORTRAN libraries for numerical computing, he invented MATLAB, a numerical computing package, giving easy access to these libraries without writing FORTRAN

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Herman Lukoff

Helped develop the ENIAC and EDVAC computers


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