The Doye Tech Student's site has several pages connected to pc networking and
networking in general.
Some of the content of the site has not been updated since the Novell stopped
supporting the best
networking operating system ever, Novell, but
many businesses, organizations and schools are still running Novell networks so
we left the content here.
Novell now supports a flavor of Linux
as the NOS for thier products and you can read more about it here.
When Tim Paterson became the "father
of DOS" at the age of 24 it should not have come as a great shock to anyone
who knew him well. Growing up with a father who was an electrical engineer says
Paterson, "I got a lot of exposure to electronics stuff at home." He also says
that he learned a lot by reading and simply by experimenting on his own. It was
not until he went off to the University of Washington, however, that he first
came into contact with PC's. His roommate bought one and let him play around
with it. At the same time, Paterson was working as a technician at a retail
computer store in the Seattle area. This position allowed him to begin trying
to design his own computer boards. more...