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Alan Turing
Last week saw the London Film Festival open with the premier of The Imitation Game, a film which chronicles the awe-inspiring work of Alan Turing cracking the German naval Enigma machine at Bletchley Park, Britain’s code breaking centre during WWII. Alan Turing was a man of startling intellect and one of the founding fathers of … Continue reading →
If you’ve been in the UK this year and you ever pick up the newspaper or turn on the TV news, you’ll be aware that it’s Alan Turing’s centenary. It’s been a wonderful time to launch a project like Raspberry Pi; the Turing centenary, along with the 30th birthday celebrations for the BBC Micro and … Continue reading →