David C. Brock
Director, Center for Software History
David C. Brock is an historian of technology, and Director of the Center for Software History at the Computer History Museum. He focuses on histories of computing, electronics and instrumentation, as well as on oral history. Brock's work in the history of semiconductor electronics includes Thackray, Brock and Jones, Moore's Law: The Life of Gordon Moore, Silicon Valley's Quiet Revolutionary (Basic Books, 2015), Lécuyer and Brock, Makers of the Microchip: A Documentary History of Fairchild Semiconductor (MIT Press, 2010) and Brock (ed.) Understanding Moore's Law (CHF, 2005). He has served as a writer and executive-producer for several recent documentary shorts and hour-long television documentaries including: “Moore's Law at 50”, “Scientists You Must Know”, “Gordon Moore” and “Arnold O. Beckman”.
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