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TempleOS

 


Terrence Andrew Davis (December 15, 1969 – August 11, 2018) was an American computer programmer known for creating the operating system TempleOS, developing it alone over the course of a decade.

Davis was born in West Allis, Wisconsin, later moving to Washington, Michigan, California, and Arizona. He was the seventh of eight children, and his father was an industrial engineer. As a child, Davis owned an Apple II and subsequently learned assembly language on a Commodore 64. He earned a masters degree in electric engineering from Arizona State University and worked for several years at TicketMaster as a programmer for VAX machines.

Davis worked on TempleOS for 12 years. Its development began circa 2003.

TempleOS is a Public Domain OS

 

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This document was created on December 7, 2018

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