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Pankaj Jul 17
ENIAC: The First Computer
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Kaspersky Feb 15
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eniac Jul 14
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INGENIAPP CONSULTORES Apr 1
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Designer Anna Dec 7
FIRST GENERATION COMPUTERS: ⭐️Silent features⭐️ 👉🏼Vacuum tube technology. 👉🏼based on decimal arithmetic 👉🏼need to be program manually
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3type Feb 15
Announced on February 14, 1946, (Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer) was the first electronic general-purpose computer. This picture compares the area of ENIAC and a personal computer nowadays.
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MIT CSAIL Dec 18
In the spirit of 2019 predictions, here's one from 1949: "computers in the future may weigh no more than 1.5 tons." Pictured here, the 1946 vs. the world’s smallest computer. (, photo: U.S. Navy, )
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Nat Geo Education Feb 14
Happy birthday to , one of the world’s 1st electronic digital computers. How have computers changed since 1946? Better yet, how have they NOT?
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Spacegh.info Jun 5
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Limor Kessem, CISO Jun 23
Builders of the Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer () recruited six women who became the world’s first coders. They were hired to work with the ENIAC to calculate missile trajectories!
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eniac Jul 15
Monday in the Kremnica forests. city Kremnica vs
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Deidre Holmberg Mar 29
Wonderful way to teach the powerful story of women in programming history. We are adding this to our K-12 computer science curriculum!
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Bill Mauchly Feb 15
ENIAC user interface now available in Dark Mode!
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⚙️ 𝖉𝖚𝖘𝖙𝖗𝖎𝖆𝖑 May 17
⚡️It’s more fun to compute ⚡️
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MIT CSAIL Dec 27
Today would have been the 93rd birthday of Jean Bartik, one of the original programmers of the world’s first general-purpose computer, the : (credit: )
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CryptoJ0ules Apr 16
One of the first programmers Kay McNulty Mauchly
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Jürgen Schuck Jun 10
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Umbani Software Feb 15
Today is Day or the 😱 Happy ! Electric Numerical Integrator and Computer was the first Computer that was developed at the University of Pennsylvania in 1946.
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Digital Vasari Feb 14
in 1946 was unveiled the first fully electronic . Calculated 5,000 operations per second, occupied over 1,500 square feet of space, weighed 30 tons, and used 18,000 vacuum tubes.
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sonata Feb 12
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