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John Grant talks the Evolution of Communication Technologies - Thursday 10th October 2019

John Grant talks the Evolution of Communication Technologies - Thursday 10th October 2019
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Join us at the Centre for Computing History for a fascinating talk on the evolution of communication technologies.

John Grant is a founder of Nine Tiles and a pioneer in early microprocessor operating software, having written the OS for the Sinclair ZX80. After working on the ZX80 and other microcomputers, Mr Grant turned to designing digital networks and "AV-friendly” networking technology.

This October, Mr Grant will be giving an insightful talk on the development of communications technologies and the ideas behind them, followed by a Q&A session where you will be able to ask him about his experiences working in the booming 80s micro scene.

The event will begin at 7pm and last around 90 minutes.

Remember - All proceeds go to support our Computing Museum!


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