Dennis Fairclough

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Dennis Fairclough is Deputy Chair/Professor at the Computing & Networking Sciences Department at Utah Valley University. He specializes in teaching Borland C++ Builder and Java.

He was originally associated with Eyring Research Institute (ERI) in Provo, Utah, and was one of the group who left that company to form Novell Data Systems, Inc. in 1979; this company was then headed by Ray Noorda in 1983 as Novell.[1][2]

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  1. ^ "Surfing the High Tech Wave" by Roger White chapter 1
  2. ^ "Who really founded Novell?" by Mark Dixon. jan 18, 2006

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