Prof Steve Furber joins Acorn World 2009 talksPublished: 16th Aug 2009, 15:17:21 | Permalink | Printable
Prof Steve Furber, one of the masterminds behind Acorn's 8bit microcomputer, has been booked to give a talk at this year's Acorn World show next month in Huddersfield. Matthew Atkinson, author of REPTON 3, will also be a guest at the show, and RISC OS Open will also give a presentation at the retro-themed event. Meanwhile, the RISC OS London 2009 show has confirmed more exhibitors and speakers.
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