VCF East X

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Where: InfoAge Science Center, Wall, New Jersey

Speakers:

  • Brian Kernighan — C and Unix (video)
  • Bob Frankston — Visicalc (video)
  • David Riley — 8-bit music
  • Bil Herd — Vintage microcomputer architecture
  • Ian Primus — Tape drive restoration
  • Bill Degnan — Teletype Model 33 Camp
  • Corey Cohen — Keyboard restoration
  • Corey Cohen — Computer cosmetics
  • Jonathan Chapman — IBM 5150 PC restoration
  • Andrew Walker/David Gesswein — RESISTORS PDP-8 (video)
  • Mike Willegal — Fixing what’s hopelessly broken
  • Ian King — Lessons of the Xerox Alto
  • Alex Jacocks — Dressing for your PROM
  • Ethan Dicks — Dot matrix and inpact printer repair
  • Neil Cherry — Vintage computing with microcontrollers
  • Jim Brain — Quarternet: A two-bit solution for an eight-bit world
  • Ray Fantini — Power supplies for primitive computers
  • Bill Mauchly — Music and computers: The love-hate affair
  • Brian Stuart — Math for vintage computing

Exhibitors:

  • Peter Fletcher — Have you played Atari today?
  • David Gesswein — Claude Kagan/RESISTORS Straight 8
  • Andy Molloy — Apple Newton: Indispensable tool of the future
  • Mike Willegal — Early microcomputers and amateur radio
  • Corey Cohen — Moore’s law: 4004 through 8080
  • Adam Rosen — Vintage Mac Museum rarities and highlights
  • Bill Lange — Atari 8-bit family: Yesterday and today
  • Mike Loewen — The Custom TRS-80
  • Michael Pearson — Computing at the dawn of the (previous) century
  • Douglas Crawford — Spreadsheets! VisiCalc and its cousins
  • Christopher Parish — Vintage computing meets the hackerspace
  • Ben Greenfield — Early embedded computing
  • Tony Bogan — Your favorite (early) Apple
  • Joseph Oprysko — Basically, it’s BASIC: 50 years and counting
  • Bill Degnan — That magical paper tape
  • Kyle Owen — Happy 50th, PDP-8!
  • Steve Mayo — Maker tech meets vintage tech
  • Michael Hill — Modern fun for old computers
  • Corey Little — Apple turnovers
  • Jeff Salzman — Video Toaster
  • Dave McGuire — Minicomputer madness!
  • Matthew Bergeron — Unusual portable Macintoshen
  • Anthony Stramaglia — The Fairlight CMI
  • Ian Primus/Jon Chapman — PDP-11 UNIX
  • Ralph Dodd — Atari modification mania!
  • Brian Stuart — DEC PDP-8/M
  • Ethan Dicks — DEC PDP-8/L
  • Lou Ernst — PDP-8 into the 1980s and beyond
  • Matt Patoray — Amiga 2000 and Video Toaster
  • William Dromgoole — Single-board computers
  • Jeff Golas — BBS: The experience
  • Bill Winters/Anthony Becker — 30 years of Commodore Amiga
  • Oscar Vermeulen — PiDP-8/I: a simple but faithful PDP-8 replica
  • Daniel Kovacs — Commodores on the Internet