Pop-Up Pi Day: Make, Learn and Play with the World's Simplest Computer Kit!
Many of the coolest technologies today started with a bunch of parts and a big idea. Kids 12 to 15 years old are invited to join us at the Computer
History Museum on March 15 to see some of the early computers and then make their own! Lunch will be included for the participants, and parents will
have free admission to the museum while their kids are participating in the event.
Gary Kildall and the 40th Anniversary of the Birth of the PC Operating System
Dr. Gary A. Kildall demonstrated the first working prototype of CP/M (Control Program for Microcomputers) in Pacific Grove in 1974. Together with his invention of the BIOS (Basic Input Output System), Kildall’s operating system allowed a microprocessor-based computer to communicate with a disk drive storage unit and provided an important foundation for the personal computer revolution.
Revolutionaries Season 3 on KQED
Revolutionaries, the interview series produced by the Computer History Museum, in association with KQED Silicon Valley, returns for a third season. Take your front row seat for these intriguing conversations with renowned Silicon Valley leaders and innovators. The series airs on KQED Plus on Tuesdays at 7pm.
Smalltalk at the PARC with Adele Goldberg
Learn about the creation and development of Smalltalk-80 at Xerox PARC, one of the most influential programming languages of the twentieth century. Discover this story and so much more in Goldberg’s oral history.