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Retro Tea Break | Steve Furber on Acorn Computers and the BBC Micro

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27th January 2020 1 hr 5 min

Steve Furber was the Principal Engineer on the BBC Micro computer as well as the ARM processor. Landmarks in computer history as well as a collosus in present day technology thanks to the adoption of ARM in most mobile devices. Today we have the pleasure of learning a little more about his contribution to technology.

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