Computing in the Middle Ages: A View from the Trenches 1955-1983
Computing in the Middle Ages is designed for the lay reader who wishes to understand some of the background of the computer revolution. It provides an easily understood and amusing account of what took place in computer research between the 1950s and the 1980s. --from publisher description.
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This is the book to read when you grow tired of computer commerce and yearn to hear about the good old days of computer science, when engineers encountered the fundamental problems of automation and ...
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A real page turned for anyone interested in the history of computers, this books offers both great insights into the developments after WWII and great anecdotes. That said, the book is let down ... Read full review
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