NACCB Meeting

March 29-30, 2007
Mountain View, CA

On March 29 & 30, 2007, the Software Industry Special Industry Group conducted a meeting at the Computer History Museum for the pioneers who founded the NACCB (National Association of Computer Consultant Businesses). These firms generally used independent contractors to carry out programming services for their clients. The meeting included three plenary sessions and four workshops on topics related to the founding of NACCB and other business issues affecting this industry sector. These workshops were recorded and the transcripts have been edited and posted on the Computer History Museum’s Oral History website. The workshops are listed below with links to the transcripts.

Attendees:

Bugos, Glenn LaHay, Ed
Cassell, Dave Murphy, Phyliss
Chamberlain, John Nordemo, Bjorn Einar
Cronister-Ross, Jane Roberts, Mark
Evans, Randal Ross, James
Gentry, Grace Shulman, Fred
Grad, Burt Shulman, Harvey
Greenburg, Dan Smith, Peggy
Hahn, Jon Toole, John
Hicks, David Williams, Dan
Johnson, Luanne Yost, Jeff
Kenda, Steve

Plenary Sessions and Workshops:

Companies Represented:

AETEA, Chamberlain Associates, Comsys, Data Arts & Sciences, Data Masters, Gentry Associates,  Heights Information Technology Services, Hicks Consulting, JM Ross & Associates, Kenda Systems, NACCB, P. Murphy & Associates, Pro-Access, The ProVisio Group, TSR Consulting

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