Nov 13, 2009 Aerospace & Defense


By Mike Deliman


In 1989 I got my first "real" job, left an auto shop I'd been
working at in Santa Cruz, and started working for a pre-tech-bubble
company.  Integrated made VME racks, boxes from the size of a large
toaster all the way up to racks larger than your kitchen refrigerator.
We also ported, maintained and sold versions of BSD Unix and something
I'd never heard of before that we called Uniworks.

Uniworks was
this shrink-wrapped version of someone else's product – this tiny
company up in Emeryville that was churning out this incredible tiny
unix-like system.

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