The story of UCSD p-System starts with Ken Bowles. When he saw the P2 compiler coming from Zurich he added the idea of making it a real operating system for small computers to teach programming. And with his group of students he achieved that goal, adding much to the success of Pascal!
Principal project members and students of Dr Kenneth L Bowles include:
Mark Allen, Richard Kaufmann, Pete Lawrence, Joel McCormack, Mark Overgaard, Keith Shillington, Roger Sumner, John Van Zandt
On this page documents and stories about those early years, Ken Bowles, his students, the reunions and the transfer to Softech when the commercial success became a conflict with the universities goal.
|Invitation to the 2004 reunion.
Includes a photo gallery of previous reunions!
Presentations given at the reunion in 2004
|Ken Bowles – Some Insights for UCSD Pascal Generation
|John VanZandt The B6700 Era
|Lucia Yandell – UCSD Pascal the personal side
|Richard Kaufmann – What The Heck Was UCSD Pascal
|Roger Sumner – Impact of UCSD Pascal
Extracts of an article that describes the life of Ken Bowles very well, original here.