The 2015 CyberCenturion National Finals, a competition for aspiring cyber security professionals, has been so successful that sponsor Northrop Grumman has announced that the competition will run again in 2016.
Aspiring young cyber security professionals will compete in the first final of CyberCenturion in the home of Colossus on 17 April 2015. CyberCenturion aims to inspire students to take up careers in cyber security.
On 24 June 2015, TNMOC co-founder Kevin Murrell will give a talk From cutting edge to museum piece in London as part of The Register Summer Lectures Programme. Discovering vintage computers and bringing them back into full working order.
Insight Guided Tours of working computers from seven decades take place on Tuesdays at 2pm. Booking is advised. Tours last about 90 minutes and can accommodate up to 16 people. You can book online to ensure a place.
From 1 - 12 April 2015, TNMOC will be open every day from 12 noon to 5pm for Easter Bytes, a festival of digital fun and games for all the family. Robotics past and present, LEGO, Minecraft, computer music, a virtual maze and lots more!
The EDSAC reconstruction is on track and now the educational potential beckons. The Project Trustees meet to review progress and plan to exploit the huge educational value of the reconstruction of the 1949 computer.
The full video of the opening of the EDSAC Gallery at TNMOC. Hermann Hauser performs the official opening as key parts of the reconstruction are commissioned and the sights and sounds of computing in the late 1940s are brought to life.