Fernando Corbató reviews his early educational and naval experiences in the Eddy program during World War II. Corbató attended Cal Tech and MIT, where he received his PhD under the tutelage of Professor Phil Morse and worked with Whirlwind. A detailed exploration of Corbató's time-sharing systems projects including the Compatible Time-Sharing System (CTSS), Project MAC, and Multics completes the oral history.
Corbato, Fernando Jose; UCLA; United States Navy; The Eddy Program; Caltech; Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT); Morse, Phil; Whirlwind computer—Massachusetts.; IBM 704 (Computer); IBM 709 (Computer); MIT Computation Center; Timesharing operating system; McCarthy, John; Relocatable loader; Teager, Herb; Fano, Bob; Compatible Timesharing System (CTSS); Project MAC (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).; Glaser, Ted; Couleur, John; General Electric Co. (GE); Multiplexed Information and Computing Service (Multics); Dynamic linking