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“Unprogramming” the ENIAC: Lehmer Child’s Play

“Unprogramming” the ENIAC: Lehmer Child’s Play

 John Markoff   May 09, 2017
At the dawn of the modern computing era teenager Laura Lehmer Gould and her brother Donald Lehmer were the youngest “un-programmers.” That is because...   Read More
Programming the System of the World: The Industrial Internet of Things

Programming the System of the World: The Industrial Internet of Things

 nextgen   May 04, 2017
By Jeremiah Stone, NextGen Advisory Board. Read his full bio here. The theme for tonight is ‘beyond the talking toaster’—we want to look at this...   Read More
Designing with People: A Collaborative Process with IDEO

Designing with People: A Collaborative Process with IDEO

 Scott Burg   May 02, 2017
This post is the second in a series covering the making of the Computer History Museum’s Education Center. Read part one, “Merging Learning and Design.”...   Read More
Our Story, the Center for Cisco Heritage

Our Story, the Center for Cisco Heritage

 Stephanie Waslohn   April 26, 2017
The Center for Cisco Heritage, managed by the Computer History Museum, unveiled a new exhibit, Our Story, on March 31, 2017, bringing together big...   Read More
Asteroid Mining: “The Only Business Where the Sky Isn’t the Limit”

Asteroid Mining: “The Only Business Where the Sky Isn’t the Limit”

 Lauren Miyamoto   April 18, 2017
This event was broadcasted live via Facebook Live. Watch all future events live on the Museum’s Facebook page. CHM Live’s “Hunting for Space Treasure,” with Planetary Resources...   Read More
Fostering Connection through Technology: An Interview with Cisco’s Alex Rosen

Fostering Connection through Technology: An Interview with Cisco’s Alex Rosen

 CHM Editorial Team   March 28, 2017
On February 2, 2017, CHM high school interns Ishani Desai and Jenna Prasadi interviewed Cisco’s Alex Rosen for @CHM. By Ishani Desai and Jenna Prasadi...   Read More
The HP Ways: Lessons on Strategy and Culture

The HP Ways: Lessons on Strategy and Culture

 CHM Editorial Team   March 21, 2017
By Webb McKinney and Philip E. Meza HP was once famous and admired for its culture. The “HP Way” shaped several generations of companies...   Read More
Hidden Figures No Longer

Hidden Figures No Longer

 Caroline Evans   February 14, 2017
Throughout computing history, there are many inspirational stories. Computing history is not just about the technology, the hardware, or even the software. Behind all...   Read More
There Is No “I” in Software: How GitHub Helps Teams Code

There Is No “I” in Software: How GitHub Helps Teams Code

 Lauren Miyamoto   January 24, 2017
This event is part of the Computer History Museum’s newly launched software initiative, which includes our “Make Software: Change the World!” exhibition, the Center for Software History,...   Read More
Merging Learning and Design: The Makings of CHM’s New Education Center

Merging Learning and Design: The Makings of CHM’s New Education Center

 Scott Burg   January 10, 2017
This post is the first in a series covering the making of the Computer History Museum’s Education Center. Read part two, “Designing with People: A...   Read More