Landry (John B.) Oral History
Johnson, Luanne, Interviewer; editor
Landry, John, Interviewee
Computer History Museum
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John Landry describes how he got into the software business and became one of the earliest employees at McCormack & Dodge (M&D). He describes how he led the team that developed Millennium at M&D and his views on the advantages of small development teams. He talks about how M&D was internally financed until they finally sought venture capital in 1982 and how the company was subsequently sold to Dun & Bradstreet. He also discusses his participation in ADAPSO and the Massachusetts Software Council and contrasts the benefits he derived from the two organizations.
Landry, John; McCormack & Dodge; M&D; Dun & Bradstreet; ADAPSO; Massachusetts Software Council; UCC; Smith, Howard; Vohs, Dennis; McCormack, Jim; Millenium; Hilite; Lotus 1-2-3; Weiler, Bob; Cullinet Software; Computer Associates; Agility Systems; Lotus Notes; Imlay, John P.; MSA; Weissman, Bob
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