Artifacts

The creativity of computing’s women, men, and organizations are made manifest in the artifacts of computing. Some of these objects are physical, such as devices, processors, and whole computers. Many others are just shadows of human thought: algorithms, languages, and software, to name a few. While most of these artifacts have an identifiable person or organization responsible for their inception, reality is that virtually all of these objects required the labor of hundreds if not thousands of individuals working in the background to make them real. The story of the artifacts of computing is thus also the story of the people who created them. Here are some of the most important artifacts that tell that history of computing.
 

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Total books: 256

2
1
3
6
4
5
156
207
63
75
174
76
208
55
239
132
133
64
188
65
240
198
134
135
146
66
7
199
35
107
155
157
241
77
158
136
127
98
256
100
224
78
79
48
33
80
108
137
138
101
242
32
185
243
31
139
186
209
238
47
59
210
67
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