Don Worth

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Contribution Rating:6 (tied for 7093rd; 6 in last year)
Member SinceAug 25, 2007
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About myself:My first love has always been computers. I started with them back in 1967 at UC San Diego when I learned "DITRAN" as an undergraduate. After I transferred to UCLA in 1968 I got a job working for the Campus Computing Network (later called Office of Academic Computing and then Academic Technology Services) and worked my way up from a consultant, to a systems programmer, to Manager of the Microcomputer Support Office. On the side, during the late 70's and early 80's I wrote books and software for the Apple II personal computer, such as Beneath Apple DOS. (You can download my first game for the Apple II - Beneath Apple Manor - this version runs on a PC.) The last few years at OAC I worked on the Bruin OnLine project (which provides email and network dialup to UCLA's faculty, staff and students) and the CLICC student lab in Powell Library. In the Fall of 1997, I moved to UCLA's Administrative Information Systems (AIS) as Manager of Planning and Architecture. In July, 1999 I became Executive Director of AIS.

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