Retrocomputing News

Per Evan Koblanz of the Mid-Atlantic Retrocomputing Hobbyists (MARCH), the 2012 edition of the Vintage Computer Festival East (“8.0”) will be held on May 5-6 at the InfoAge Science Center in Wall, New Jersey. Keynote speakers will include Thomas Kurtz, who helped invent the BASIC language at Dartmouth in 1964, and Dan Kottke, Apple Computer employee #12. An early friend of Steve Jobs, Kottke helped with Apple’s early products, including the Apple-1, the Apple II, the Apple III, and the Macintosh.

You can find out more about the Vintage Computer Festival (VCF) East at their web site or their Facebook page.

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