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If you pine for the early days of computer science, there’s a conference happening next week at the University of the Sciences you won’t want to miss.
The PA/DE/NJ Distance Learning Association’s (PADLA) is hosting its 14th Annual Conference & Expo on Tuesday, Dec. 20 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., featuring a talk from technologist Bill Mauchly — son of ENIAC inventor John Mauchly and an OG technologist in his own right (remember his Ignite Philly talk?) — who will be interviewed by Jim Scherrer, founding director of Exton, Pa.’s Compuseum.
A following presentation session features researcher Mick Smith discussing “A Short History of Philadelphia Computer History: Why You Care ‘Moore.'”
“The Conference also features 25 concurrent education/training technology/methodology sessions, 20+ exhibitors, free food, free parking, prizes & an opportunity to network/collaborate with the PADLA professional community,” said Louis Stricoff, PADLA’s executive director, in an email.
Tickets for the conference are $50 and you can get them here. We also have two pairs of tickets to give away.
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