Monte Davidoff

Monte Davidoff ( born 1956 ) is an American computer programmer. He graduated from Nicolet High School in Glendale, Wisconsin in 1974. He also studied at Harvard University Applied mathematics - it was the department which at that time also included computer science. He worked at the college radio station " WHRB ". In 1978, he graduated from Harvard.

Davidoff is best known for his work for the floating-point arithmetic routines in BASIC Altair 8800, which he programmed in his time at Harvard. The routines were later reused for Microsoft BASIC.

At Honeywell Information Systems, he worked on Multics. Further stations were Tandem Computers, Ready Systems and Stratus Computer.

Since 2000 he works as an IT consultant with his own company, Alluvial software.