ABOUT ALEX BOCHANNEK
Alex Bochannek joined the staff of the Computer History Museum in 2007 after a decade as a volunteer with the Museum. He currently holds the position of Curator and Senior Manager. His interests in computing history are broad and include developments outside the United States, especially in Central and Eastern Europe, the histories of analog and non-electronic computing, software engineering and computer science, and military, industrial, financial, and business applications.
ALEX BOCHANNEK ARTICLES (7)
The Elbrus-2: a Soviet-era high performance computer
May 08, 2013In November of 2012, an event to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the SPARC microprocessor event was held at the Computer History Museum. The star-studded panel of technologists associated with Sun Microsystems’ SPARC processor drew a... Read More
From Copenhagen to Edinburgh: SHOT, SIGCIS, & Artefacts 2012
October 17, 2012As a curator at the Computer History Museum, I work at the intersection of computing technology, history, and the museum world. I am a member of different tribes with different cultures, practices, and approaches. This is... Read More