Space Shuttle First Flights: John Aaron (Error-Free Code?)

NASA required IBM’s Space Shuttle software to be delivered “error-free”. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to understand the likelihood of that was extremely low.

This post has been removed because its content may be incorporated into a forthcoming book by the author.  To find more articles by Jack Clemons, go here.  Information about Jack’s new book will be forthcoming.

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