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Die Z1 - der erste Computer der Welt gebaut von Conrad zuse


​The Z1 The Z1 was the first computer in the world to use boolean logic and floating point numbers as the basis of its programming. It was, unfortunately, destroyed during bombing of Berlin in World War II, and its construction plans were lost as well. Programs were punched into 35mm film, and the whole machine was built by its designer, Konrad Zuse, using thin metal sheets and a jigsaw. Zuse reconstructed the Z1 in 1986, recutting the nearly 20,000 parts by hand again. Image: http://comp

Scan of an old press clipping (with original caption). Konrad Zuse (1910-1995) was one of the great pioneers of computing technology. Between 1936 and 1938 he quit his job to build his first computer, the Z1, a programmable binary electrically drive Wanting to know how to plan for your retirement and ensure you are financially secure. A retirement planning guide is a must. Click the link below to prepare and plan for your retirement

On June 22nd 1910, Konrad Zuse was born. Technically, there is no single inventor who created the modern computer, but if you had to give the title to someone it would be Konrad Zuse. Zuse invented the first binary computing device, which he called it the “Z1.”

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Probabil că una dintre cele mai importante date din istoria calculatoarelor a fost anul 1936. Atunci a apărut primul computer. A fost creat de către Konrad Zuse și se numea Z1. Această mașinărie a fost unul dintre primele sisteme care se puteau programa.


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Top 10 Predictions About Technology That Couldn't Have Been More Wrong - “I think there is a world market for maybe five computers.” — Thomas Watson chairman of IBM, 1943.

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Inventors of the Modern Computer (Konrad Zuse)

Konrad Zuse s Z1 Circa 1938