Eric Bernard Iverson is a co-owner of Jsoftware, primary implementer of J's session environment, and son of Ken Iverson. Initially a programmer at I.P. Sharp Associates working on SHARP APL, Iverson left in 1990 to found Iverson Software, Inc., which would later be named Jsoftware. Iverson has worked on various IDEs for J including the original Windows-based environment, GTK- and Qt-based IDEs, and the HTML-based JHS, and is a co-developer of the Jd database management system. In 1999 he was appointed CTO of Adaytum Software, a company which relied heavily on J.
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