still remembers the bug in his first program in 1973. He received a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University in 1979 and an M.S. in Computer Science from Stanford University in 1982. While on his way to the Ph.D. in Computer Science from Stanford, he left to start CASE Technology in 1983, to create and sell electronic CAD software. After CASE was bought by Teradyne in 1987, he left in 1993 to start Virtual Music Entertainment, providing a unique technology that allows non-musicians to enjoy playing music (the Virtual Music software is featured on Aerosmith's 1997 "Nine Lives" album). Allan likes to bicycle and play the piano, and he plays drums in the "well-known" Palo Alto band, The Wizards. He is active in town politics, serving on the Zoning Board of his Hollis, New Hampshire home town.
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