Almost Perfect: How a Bunch of Regular Guys Built WordPerfect Corporation

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The fascinating inside story of WordPerfect Corporation's rise from rags to riches, straight from the man who ran the company.

In 1980 Pete Peterson was hired as the $5-an-hour part-time office manager by a fledgling software company. That company because WordPerfect Corporation, and Peterson quickly because Executive Vice President.

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Language: English

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Review by: Randall Wood on Aug. 16, 2012 :
A Slashdotter led me to this book and I'm glad I read it. It's a well told story about life in a start-up during an era of personal computing that's long gone. Will be interesting to nostalgic mid-40 nerds like me, or anyone interested in the trials and tribulations of trying to make a start-up into a corporation, but anyone involved in software development will find something interesting here. The book flows well and the narration is good enough to make the story very readable.
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