Alluvial Software


Alluvial Software was established by Monte Davidoff in 2000. Monte has over twenty-five years of experience in systems software development. Companies he has worked for include: Stratus Computer, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, Tandem Computers, and Honeywell Information Systems on the Multics project. Monte was instrumental in creating Microsoft's first product, Altair BASIC. He received a B.A. in Applied Mathematics/Computer Science from Harvard University.

Clients of Alluvial Software include: DFE Technologies, Ericsson, Gracenote, Interwoven, and NetApp.

“Monte Davidoff's professionalism and superior technical skills proved to be a great asset to TollBridge Technologies. Our good fortune in having Monte contract at TollBridge has netted us a full deployment of ClearCase's UCM facilities, including customized wrapper tools and training for all software engineers. Plus … an order of magnitude increase in the knowledge and skills of our TollBridge Release Engineering team members.”
–Release Manager, TollBridge Technologies

Interview: Microsoft Altair BASIC legend talks about Linux, CPRM and that very frightening photo, Andrew Orlowski, The Register, May 11, 2001.