The Soul of a New Machine - Wallach's Golden Moment Summary & Analysis

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Wallach's Golden Moment Summary and Analysis

Many of the Microkids had dreams of building the perfect computer. West was looking for an architect at the time. This person will describe what the machine will do for the software people. West was trying to build a 32-bit Eclipse compatible machine that didn't use a bit mode and he didn't know if it was possible. He wanted Steve Wallach, a Data General employee, for the job. Wallach had come to work at Data General on the FHP project, but when it was moved to North Carolina, he didn't go with. He studied the VAX when it came out and felt that the EGO was a better machine, but de Castro had cancelled the project. He was knowledgeable and ready to help make the machine.

Wallach resided in Framingham when the author first met him. He...

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