Visited Centre of Computing History, addressed below today:

Centre for Computing History
Rene Court
Coldhams Road
Cambridge
CB1 3EW

centre-computing-history Computing History Museum vintage computing

ARM rocks. I promise I’ll get a job in ARM one day!

25-years-of-arm Computing History Museum vintage computing

25-years-of-arm

It is hard to use.

vintage-mouse Computing History Museum vintage computing

vintage-mouse

basic-print Computing History Museum vintage computing

The BASIC programming print

Who still remembers the `config.sys` and `autoexec.bat` in the old MS-DOS days?

MS-DOS Computing History Museum vintage computing

MS-DOS. `type config.sys`

I don’t think this is the actual “IBM Deep Blue”

ibm-deep-blue-chess Computing History Museum vintage computing

ibm-deep-blue-chess

programming-language-history Computing History Museum vintage computing

History of Programming Languages

Can Less = More?

can-less-equals-more Computing History Museum vintage computing

The evolvement of storage disc

80486 CPU

win98-on-24-ram Computing History Museum vintage computing

Running Win98 on 24MB RAM Vintage PC

windows3.x Computing History Museum vintage computing

windows3.x

giant-tetris-game Computing History Museum vintage computing

giant-tetris-game

1
2
3
10 FOR LOOP=1 TO 100
20 PRINT LOOP
30 NEXT LOOP
10 FOR LOOP=1 TO 100
20 PRINT LOOP
30 NEXT LOOP
basic-print-1-to-100 Computing History Museum vintage computing

basic-print-1-to-100

Nintendo NES Specification

  • CPU: Ricoh 2A07
  • CPU Speed: 1.66 MHz
  • RAM 4380 Bytes
  • Resoluiton: 256×240
  • Sound: 5 Channels
  • Games Released: 780
  • Launch Price (UK): 149.99 GBP
  • Units Sold (worldwide): 61.91 Million
nintendo-nes-spec Computing History Museum vintage computing

nintendo-nes-spec

atari-desktop-operating-system Computing History Museum vintage computing

atari-desktop-operating-system

apple-mac-1984 Computing History Museum vintage computing

apple-mac-1984

Although there are many BASIC (and even there is a BASIC programming lab), it is a pity that I didn’t see IBM/Microsoft LOGO on vintage PC.

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