I can only claim to go back about 14 years, when I started at CormanJust curious. I've been using QNX since version 1.1 in the early 80's and
have seen big changes in the QSSL since that time. Lots of prolific QNX
users from the past seem to have moved on as the market changed and QNX
Technologies, first developing X.25 software for QNX 2, then for QNX 4, and
later network drivers for QNX 4. When Corman closed up shop a couple of
years ago, I thought I was done with QNX, but then I got talked into buying
out Corman's QNX networking business, which is still carrying on, despite
QNX's market shift.
It seems once you've been infected with the QNX bug, it's hard to get it out
of your system....