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TNMOC's winter lecture series featuring speakers with extraordinary stories about the past and present of computing. Thanks to the generosity of a sponsor, tickets for the lectures are free, but donations on the night gratefully received.

Thursday 13 February 2014 7.30pm
Sophie Wilson: The Future of Microprocessors.
Sophie Wilson, well known for co-designing the BBC Micro-Computer and the instruction set of the ARM processor, will consider microprocessors from the perspective of instruction set design, and the two fundamental laws that define what has happened and limit what will happen.
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What you've missed so far:

Thursday 14 November 2013 7.30pm
David Allen: The surprising back story of the 1980s BBC Computer Literacy Project

Thursday 12 December 2013 7.30pm
Dr Peter Zinovieff: Computer music
Dr Peter Zinovieff, electronic music facilitator and collaborator, is perhaps best known for the famous 1960's VCS3 synthesizer used by bands including Pink Floyd, Kraftwerk and David Bowie.

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