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Timeline: Computer History
1939: David Packard and Bill Hewlett found Hewlett-Packard in a Palo Alto, California garage. Their first product was the HP 200A Audio Oscillator.
1940: The Complex Number Calculator (CNC) is completed.
1941: Konrad Zuse finishes the Z3 computer.

History of software - Wikipedia


The first theory about software – prior to the creation of computers as we know them today – was proposed by Alan ...

Software & Languages | Timeline of Computer History | Computer ...


Konrad Zuse begins work on Plankalkül (Plan Calculus), the first algorithmic programming language, with the goal of creating the theoretical preconditions for  ...

The History of Software | Capterra


Nov 13, 2014 ... We spend most of our days using computers at work, smartphones ... Want to mark your software company's place in the History of Software?

Introduction to Software History - The History of Computing Project


Jan 20, 2014 ... This part will be different from the History of the computer, no chronological travel trough software-land, but a collection of articles and assays ...

History of Computer Software - Inventors - About.com


History of computer software and computer languages It was not until after 1981 that software programs were made eligible for patents by the Supreme Court.

A Short History of Software - THE CORE MEMORY


of information technology is the history of software. Software Before Computers. The first computer, in the modern sense of the term, is generally agreed to be the  ...

The History and Significance of Software - BSC Designer


Every time you use a computer, smartphone, video game console, or many other electronic devices, you're using something that runs on software.

A brief introduction to the early history of computer software - drilix.com


Jan 6, 2011 ... To better understand how the software industry works it's important to get a clear idea of the origins and the strategies of each operating system ...

A History of Software


Jun 26, 2008 ... It is anyone's guess how far computer technology will advance. And as software applications have become vital to virtually every aspect of ...