Sunday, April 3, 2011

CompTIA Blog, 3/28/2011 (Earl Pace)

Earl Pace
Class of 2011 Selected for IT Hall of Fame.  The creator of a tool that made it easier to send and receive large volumes of data; a leader in bringing racial diversity to the IT industry; and the team that developed a credential that’s helped hundreds of thousands of people embark on careers in high-tech are the newest members of the IT Hall of Fame, administered by CompTIA.

The IT Hall of Fame Class of 2011 includes the late Phil Katz, creator of the .ZIP file format, and Earl Pace, founder of Black Data Processing Associates. Both men were elected to the IT Innovators Wing of the Hall of Fame.

Read the rest of the CompTIA Blog post here.

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