Lessons from the Apollo Moon Landing

Fifty years ago, mankind took a giant leap as Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon. Our CTO, Moshe Kranc, was a teenager at that time, but he later had the privilege to work with some of the software pioneers whose work enabled the landing. In an article for The Education Post, Moshe shares insights about the lessons learned from the Apollo moon landing.

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