Updated: 09/15/2017 by Computer Hope
Name: Owen R. Mock
- Computer software designer and programmer who pioneered computer operating systems in the 1950s.
- Part of a group of programmers at the Los Angeles division of North American Aviation (NAA) who developed the PACT series of compilers for the IBM 701 computer.
- His group installed in the IBM 701 the "North American 701 Monitor" which was the first operating system to be in operation.
- The Share 709 System: Input-Output Buffering (1959).
- Logical Organization of the PACT I Compiler (1956).