I started my career in Sunnyvale with the Lockheed Missiles and Space
Company in 1961 in Building 104. I also helped out with some of the analyses
for the missiles division in Building 156. These were practically the only
buildings on that campus in those days. For computers, we used punched cards on
the IBM 704, the first mass-produced computer. Its computer power was less than
what you get now in an iPod. Can you imagine—we’ve advanced from a room full of
tubes to a handheld device. What a change!