Entrepreneur Hermann Hauser has officially opened the EDSAC display. Key parts of EDSAC were commissioned, and the sights, sounds, heat and sheer size of computing in the late 1940s were brought to life.
Visitors to TNMOC will be able to join the largest learning event in history during Code Week, 8-14 December 2014, and gain hands-on coding experience at the home of Colossus. See Weekend Codability and FUZEliers in action.
Have some digital fun after Christmas -- get along to TNMOC's Winter Bytes. Open from noon every day Sat 27 to Weds 31 December 2014. There is fun for all the family with LEGO, Minecraft, introductions to coding and lots of retro computer games,.
Free Weekend Codability sessions will take place every weekend until 30 August 2015. Sessions are suitable for anyone up to the age of 16. Girls and boys are encouraged to take part. Come along and start to program in the home of Colossus.
The challenges of commissioning the EDSAC reconstruction. It's cottage industry with engineering ingenuity. Martin Campbell-Kelly talks of the educational plans to involve youngsters learning to program.
Seventy of the EDSAC chassis are now in place -- that's 50% of the total. Later this month, the display will be officially opened by Hermann Hauser and the first parts of the machine will be commissioned.
When Mud was number one on the UK charts with Lonely this Christmas, what was happening in the world of computers? We trawl the Computer Weekly archives to find PoS arriving at petrol pumps and lots more.
With the imminent release of The Imitation Game, we revisit videos about Turing and his times from an event organised across three of the world's top computing museums to celebrate Alan Turing Year in 2012.