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Dick and Jane

Dick and Jane. LOVED those books. That was our first readers in first grade. They were little blue soft bound books. I got Dick and Jane books for my grand kids.

Foto: IBM

Let's start with the ultimate classic: the IBM main frame.

IBMChaplin (979×2005)

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The Women in Computing gallery was created as part of a larger project to inspire girls to take up programming. The Museum is running workshops and other events to get younger women interested and involved - Electronics and soldering workshop

Museum celebrates women in tech

The National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park has opened a gallery celebrating the role women played in computer history.

The IBM Naval Ordnance Research Calculator was possibly the first supercomputer and was the most powerful computer of its time. It could perform 15,000 operations per second, and the first version had 2,000 64-bit words of main memory, roughly the equivalent of 16 kilobytes.

The IBM Naval Ordnance Research Calculator was arguably the first supercomputer and was the most powerful computer of its time. It could perform operations per second, and the first version had words of main memory, roughly the equivalent of 16 kilobytes.

1968 - Loading a stack of punch cards into the H632 General Purpose Digital Computer (Honeywell Information Systems, Inc.). #ComputerHistory

1968 - Loading a stack of punch cards into the General Purpose Digital Computer (Honeywell Information Systems, Inc.

Old computer - hp2100 in a Fourier analysis system. These computers were designed to interface with peripherals and test equipment instruments. The operating program plus any data would have been entered on paper tape via the reader at the bottom.

Post from May Hewlett-Packard (HP) Fourier Analyzer one of the first calculator - computer in the world. A funny photographic poster done by Berkeley University students in

ibm 360 - Google zoeken

ibm 360 - Google zoeken

IBM "Stretch" 7030

IBM "Stretch" 7030

So many times I have been asked for help with a query, where the questoin really comes down to the understanding of the difference between INNER and LEFT or RIGHT JOINs. I created this poster a few years ago and…Read more ›

So many times I have been asked for help with a query, where the questoin really comes down to the understanding of the difference between INNER and LEFT or RIGHT JOINs. I created this poster a few years ago and…Read more ›

The IBM Selective Sequence Electronic Calculator (SSEC) computer, an electromechanical computer operated from 1948 to 1952.

The IBM Selective Sequence Electronic Calculator (SSEC) computer, an electromechanical computer operated from 1948 to 1952

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