IT Historical Resource Sites

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CODASYL (often spelled Codasyl ) is an acronym for "Conference on Data Systems Languages". This was a consortium formed in 1959 to guide the development of a standard programming language that could be used on many computers. This effort led to the...


CoffeeScript is a little language that compiles into JavaScript. Underneath all those awkward braces and semicolons, JavaScript has always had a gorgeous object model at its heart. CoffeeScript is an attempt to expose the good parts of JavaScript in...

Coherent (operating system)

The Coherent operating system was a Version 7 Unix clone by the now-defunct Mark Williams Company, originally produced for the PDP-11 in 1980. A port was introduced in 1983 as the first Unix-like system for IBM PC compatible computers. Coherent...

ColdFusion Programming

ColdFusion is a tag-based programming language that was developed by the Jeremy Allaire in 1995 to make development of CGI scripts easier and faster, CFML pre-dates ASP and PHP. It has matured over the last 14 years to include many interfaces with...

Collection ex-USSR Chip's

О сайте: Коллекция радиоэлектронных...

Collection of Computer Science Bibliographies, The (Achilles' personal website),

The website provides links to a description of the website and it's purpose, frequently asked questions, a search engine for and an index ("Browse") of the bibliography collection (index categories: Artificial Intelligence, Compiler Technology,...

Collection of Rare Computers and Documents

This collection of rare and vintage computers is one of the largest collections of early computers in the United States. Our research is focused primarily on our collection of over 1,000 computer related items, including 175 vintage computers. The...

Colorado Computer Museum

Colorado Computer Museum is a 501(c)(3) publicly supported nonprofit corporation dedicated to the preservation of the history of information technology.

Colossus Computer

The Colossus machines were electronic computing devices used by British code breakers to help read encrypted German messages during World War II. They used vacuum tubes (thermionic valves) to perform the calculations.

Colossus its Purpose and Operation, The

The machine age comes to Fish codebreaking The mathematician Max Newman now came on the scene. He thought that it would be possible to automate some parts of the process for finding the settings used for each message.

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