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In the 1950s, the dilemma for working women - then as now - was how to combine work with raising a family. Despite having fewer options available then, the author managed to smoothly blend family and work responsibilities. In this part of her memoirs as a programmer, the author explains how she did so while working first for Burroughs and later for Philco.
By 1965, having successfully combined work--at EMCC, Burroughs, and Philco--with the task of raising a family when such a combination was still somewhat of a rarity, the author went on to become a consultant in the Boston area. In this last installment of her memoirs, she describes working with different data management systems, culminating with her… (More)