In Pictures: Celebrating Unix heroes

This presentation features the early Unix pioneers and their contributions to the computer industry.

Rudd Canaday Rudd Canaday worked at Bell Labs from 1964 to 1989 and is credited as the third co-developer of Unix. His accomplishments including many firsts such as the first database server; the first company-wide application of Unix; the first internal Unix application (at AT&T); the first automated testing system; the first automated white pages/directory assistance program; and the first (or one of the first) three-dimensional file systems. Canaday is currently co-founder and Director of Engineering at RHC Software.

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