Three winners of the Fascinating Ada Competition designed to inspire female students about careers in computing received their prizes at Oxford University and their entries have now been published online.
Two computing experts with prestigious reputations in different fields of computing have become trustees of TNMOC: computer scientist Dr Andrew Herbert and computing historian Professor Martin Campbell-Kelly.
The story of Torch computers. An amazing tale of computer entrepreneurs in 1980's Britain. How three chartered accountants came together to build a British PC. Russell Lyons and Martin Baines will talk about their adventure on 10 March 2016.
No longer just on Tuesdays! Lots more Insight Guided Tours of seven decades of working computers are available of many days of the week, both in mornings and afternoons. Booking is advised. See the listing of Spring dates here.
The Computer Conservation Society invites entries for the 2016 Tony Sale Award for Computer Conservation. Any person, group or organisation can be nominated. Closing date for nominations is 30 June 2016.
The Elliott 903, launched in 1965, was once a relatively versatile £10k computer. Today it is popular on TNMOC's Learning Programme. Its origins date back to the schooldays of one of TNMOC's volunteers.