John Poduska Jr.

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John Poduska [1]

John William Poduska Jr.,
an American computer scientist, and as former computer chess programmer author of the chess program Chaturanga, which played the ACM 1981 [2] and ACM 1982 [3]. John Poduska Jr. is son of John William Poduska, Sr., a technological entrepreneur, independent business consultant and in 1979 the founder of Apollo Computer, which was one of the first creators of graphical workstations in the 1980s [4]. Therefore Chaturanga was obligated to run on John Poduska's father's hardware.

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