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Uploaded on Nov 1, 2009
[Recorded October 20, 2009]
The annual Computer History Museum Fellow Awards program publicly recognizes individuals of outstanding merit who have significantly contributed to the development of computing broadly-defined. Chosen on the basis of accomplishment, Fellows are nominated by the Museum's community and selected by a panel composed of Museum staff, historians, industry peers, and other Computer History Museum Fellows. Each year, a who's who of the technology world assembles at the museum for a banquet and ceremony to honor these industry leaders who have forever changed the world with their accomplishments.
The 2009 Fellow Awards honorees are:
Robert R. Everett for his work on the MIT Whirlwind and SAGE computer systems and a lifetime of directing advanced research and development projects. Don Chamberlin for his fundamental work on structured query language (SQL) and database architectures. Federico Faggin, Marcian (Ted) Hoff, Stanley Mazor and Masatoshi Shima for their work on the Intel 4004, the world's first commercial microprocessor.
This year's award ceremony was hosted by David Pogue of The New York Times.