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Books (Sorted by Author)

The following entries are for books relating to LEO computers.
This list is for signposting purposes only. We do not necessarily have all of these books in our collection.

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Title Author Date
ICL Mainframe Computers 2011
The Electronic Office 1956
The Early British Computers Conferences 1989
Reflections on the History of Computing: Preserving Memories and Sharing Stories Arthur Tatnall November 2012
The Technical and Social History of Software Engineering Capers Jones 26th November 2013
LEO: The Incredible Story of the World's First Business Computer David Caminer 1998
User-Driven Innovation: The Worlds First Business Computer David Caminer, John Aris, Peter Hermon, Frank Land 1994
The Story of Computing: From the Abacus to Artificial Intelligence Dermot Turing 1st July 2018
Dalle Calcolatrici ai Computer Degli Anni Cinquanta Franco Angeli 20th April 2001
A Computer Called LEO Georgina Ferry 2003
A Brief History of Computing Gerard ORegan 14th March 2012
Pillars of Computing: A Compendium of Select, Pivotal Technology Firms Gerard ORegan 13th October 2015
Introduction to the History of Computing: A Computing History Primer Gerard ORegan Unknown
An ICL Anthology - Anecdotes and Recollections from the People of ICL Hamish Carmichael February 1996
Cambridge Computing: The First 75 Years Haroon Ahmed 30th April 2013
Come le Violette a Primavera (Like Violets in Spring) Hénin Silvio 2014
Milestones in Analog and Digital Computing Herbert Bruderer 2020
Meilensteine der Rechentechnic (Milestones in Computer History) Herbert Bruderer 29th October 2015
LEO Remembered Hilary Caminer 2016
Innovating for Failure: Government Policy and the Early British Computer Industry John Hendry 2nd June 1990
The British Computer Society: Celebrating 50 Years John Kavanagh 9th July 2007
LEO and the Managers John Simmons 1962
Management of Change. The role of Information John Simmons 1970
The Government Machine: A Revolutionary History of the Computer Jon Agar 2003
Managed Print Services: High-impact Technology - What You Need to Know Kevin Roebuck 2012
Systematics : A New Approach to Systems Analysis. Kit Grindley 1975
Programmed Inequality: How Britain Discarded Women Technologists and Lost its Edge in Computing Marie Hicks 3rd March 2017
The History of Computing: An Encyclopaedia of People and Machines that Made Computer History Mark Greenia 30th April 2001
ICL: A Business and Technical History Martin Campbell-Kelly 1989
Memoirs of a Computer Pioneer Maurice Wilkes 1985
Computers, Managers and Society Michael Rose 25th October 1969
Electronic Brains: Stories from the Dawn of the Computer Age Mike Hally 4th April 2005
From ENIAC to UNIVAC : Appraisal of the Eckert-Mauchly Computers Nancy Stern 1st June 1981
A History of Modern Computing Paul Ceruzzi 2003
The First Food Empire: A History of J. Lyons and Company Peter Bird 6th October 2000
LEO: The First Business Computer Peter J Bird March 1994
Beautiful Idiots and Brilliant Lunatics: A sideways look at twentieth century London Rob Baker 15th November 2015
i Ideas: How Ideas Shape Your World, Your Creativity, and Your Technology Ron Sumner 2020
Il Racconto del Computer (The Story of the Computer) Silvia Henin 2017
Alan Turing and his Contemporaries Simon Lavington 6th February 2012
Moving Targets: Elliott-Automation and the Dawn of the Computer Age 1947-1967 Simon Lavington 23rd February 2011
Early Computing in Britain, Ferranti Ltd and Government Funding 1948-1958 Simon Lavington 2019
Early British Computers: The Story of Vintage Computers and the People Who Built Them Simon Lavington 1980
From Agit-Prop to Free Space: The Architecture of Cedric Price Stanley Mathews 2007
Let IT Go Stephanie Shirley 2012
The Story of the Computer: A Technical and Business History Stephen J Marshall 26th May 2017
Electronic Computers Stuart Havelock Hollingdale and G.C. Tootill 1965
Legacy: One Family, a Cup of Tea and the Company that Took on the World Thomas Harding 29th August 2019
Electronic Dreams: How 1980s Britain learned to love the Computer Tom Lean 2016
Blind Men and the Elephant: Demystifying the Global IT Service Industry Was Rahman, Priya Kurien 2007
Early Years of Academic Computing William Y. Arms June 2014

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