Ivan Godard has done eleven compilers, four instruction set architectures, an operating system, an object database, and the odd application or two. In previous lives he has been founder, owner, or CEO of companies through several hundred employees, both technical and as diverse as a small chain of Country Music nightclubs and an importer of antique luxury automobiles. Despite having taught Computer Science at the graduate and post-doctorate levels, he has no degrees and has never taken a course in Computer Science. Currently, he's CEO of Out-of-the-Box Computing, a startup with a rad new processor; his other full time jobs include Asa, age 6, and Alice, age 8.
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