- Dun & Bradstreet Computing Services
( 1979 - 1985 )
Creating mathematical software at National CSS
"FINAL" - Financial Analysis
"NOMAD" - Database Manager
"DataSpace" - Cross Tabs
Moshe - My supervisor at National CSS
My Experience at National CSS
Because I had Masters degrees in both Mathematics
and Computer Science, I was hired by Moshe Schweiger
as a Systems Programmer at National CSS, which was
later renamed to Dun & Bradstreet Computing Services.
The company provided "time-shared" computing power
to clients all around the world who would log on to their
huge network using mostly teletype terminals.
I developed complex mathematical features,
including linear and non-linear simultaneous equation
solutions, of the FINAL and NOMAD fourth generation
language and database software products using assembler
language. I also developed Moshe's "DataSpace" idea for
a PC aplication by using the Pascal programming
language to easily provide quick cross-tabulation results
from large data files.
Reference Manual excerpts show the mathematical features I