In this interview, computing pioneer Harry Huskey reflects on his life and career. He discusses his early experiences working on the ENIAC, the Pilot ACE computer with Alan Turing, the design and construction of the Standards Western Automatic Computer (SWAC) and the Bendix G15 computer. In 1954 Huskey joined the faculty of the University of California at Berkeley, and later moved to the University of California, Santa Cruz. Huskey concludes the interview with recollections of his time in Kanpur, India where he set up one of the first computer centers in the country.
ACE; Pilot ACE; ENIAC (Computer); Turing, Alan M.; National Physical Laboratory (NPL); Bendix G-15 General Purpose Digital Computer (Computer); Bendix G-20 General Purpose Digital Computer (Computer); ACM; University of California, Berkeley; University of California, Santa Cruz; Standards Western Automatic Computer (SWAC); National Bureau of Standards; Pogo