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 G. Miller

Responsible for all computer systems for CDC and for the technical direction of computer and memory development programs

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Brian Randell

Worked on the Algol 60, which included developing a compiler for the English Electric KDF9, an early stack machine

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Murray Turoff

Founding father of computer-mediated communication and was the designer of the Emergency Management Information System And Reference Index (EMISARI)

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Stephen J. Fink

One of the primary developers and maintainers of the T. J. Watson Libraries for Analysis (WALA) which provides static analysis capabilities for Java bytecode and related languages

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Edward Fredkin

His primary contributions include his work on reversible computing and cellular automata

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Jeffrey R Yost

Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Annals of the History of Computing

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James (Jim) M. McCoy

Co-founder and CEO of Maxtor which became a leading disk drive manufacturer after pioneering the market for high performance 5.25 inch disk drives

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