AutoCAD began life as a tool that helped students understand and design electric circuits. Initially, it was conceived in 1977 by architect-entrepreneur John Walker, via a prototype called Interact CAD, which he named after the American Institute of Electrical engineers' small section that queried electrical engineers on Interact's beta version. Walker was not given access to the Interact CAD source code. In 1978, Walker convinced Autodesk's Michael Riddle that the company should develop a similar product, and Autodesk released AutoCAD the following year. Before AutoCAD's release, Walker and his design team held a number of meetings with Autodesk engineers in the hopes of gaining access to the source code for their prototype software project. The team was unable to do so and Walker and Riddle ended up collaborating on the conception and design for AutoCAD, and Walker worked at Autodesk through 1981. In 1987, Walker began working on his own CAD toolkit in StrongARM (now ARM holding company SoftBank) later known as MicroCAD. The company was acquired by Autodesk in 1999.
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