TechTalk: Bil Herd - The Commodore 8-Bit Revolution - Thursday 11th August 2022
Join us for an fantastic talk on some of Commodore's best years.
PLEASE NOTE This talk is held at the museum, with Bil connecting via the Web.
Bil Herd is a computer engineer who created several designs for 8-bit home computers while working for Commodore Business Machines in the early to mid-1980s. After first acting as the principal engineer on the Commodore Plus/4, C16/116, C264, and C364 machines, Herd designed the significantly more successful Commodore 128, a dual-CPU, triple-OS and compatible successor to the Commodore 64. Prior to the C128, Herd had developed the initial architecture of the Commodore LCD computer, which was not released.
The talk will begin at 7pm BST and last around 90 minutes, with the opportunity to ask questions afterwards.
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Refreshments will be available from our Pac-Lunch Shop.
Spaces for these exciting events are limited, so booking is required to ensure your place.
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Cancellations: Due to the limited number of places available for this event, we are unable to refund tickets when cancelled less than 7 days before the event.
Remember - All proceeds go to support our Computing Museum!