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Presentations

The presentations are streamed and the recordings will be released on media.ccc.de afterwards.

Saturday, October 8th
TimePresentations in the SignallaborPresentations in the Medientheater
10:15 - 10:30Opening Event
Martin Sauter and Fritz Hohl
Symposium "Hard Bit Rock – Computers and Music"
10:30 - 11:30Learning to Program Without a Computer: The "Little Man Computer" From 1965 and Other Paper Computers
Caspar Clemens Mierau
11:30 - 12:15PEARL – A German Real-time Programming Language
Fritz Hohl
12:15 - 13:00German Computers and Computer Technology, 1968 to 1986 – The TELEFUNKEN TR 8 and AEG 80 Designs
Bernd Johann
13:00 - 14:00Lunch Break
14:00 - 14:45Inside Z8671 or How Does a BASIC Interpreter System Fit Into 2048 Bytes?
Volker Pohlers
Symposium "Hard Bit Rock – Computers and Music"
14:45 - 15:30Lisa
Jörg Gudehus
15:30 - 17:00The Restauration of the Z1 in the German Museum of Technology Berlin
Klemens Krause
17:00 - 18:00General assembly of the VCFB e.V.
Vintage Computing Festival Berlin e.V.
18:00 - 19:00Evening Break
19:00 - 20:00Der C64 als Musikmöbel
Malte Schulze


Sunday, October 9th
TimePresentations in the SignallaborWorkshops in the Medientheater
10:00 - 11:00
11:00 - 12:00Tiny ACE – On the Trail of Turing's Automatic Computing Engine
Jürgen Müller
12:00 - 13:00CTM and Otto Müller – A Contemporary Witness Reports
Christfried Welke
13:00 - 14:00Lunch Break
14:00 - 15:00Who am I? CPUID on the PDP-8
Pontus Pihlgren (Update Computer Club)
15:00 - 16:30OCTOI – The Community ISDN/TDM Network
Harald Welte
17:00 - 17:30Closing Event
Stefan Höltgen and Anke Stüber

Learning to Program Without a Computer: The "Little Man Computer" From 1965 and Other Paper Computers

Language: German
Caspar Clemens Mierau


PEARL – A German Real-time Programming Language

Language: German
Fritz Hohl


German Computers and Computer Technology, 1968 to 1986 – The TELEFUNKEN TR 8 and AEG 80 Designs

Language: German
Bernd Johann


Inside Z8671 or How Does a BASIC Interpreter System Fit Into 2048 Bytes?

Language: German
Volker Pohlers


Lisa

Language: German
Jörg Gudehus


The Restauration of the Z1 in the German Museum of Technology Berlin

Language: German
Klemens Krause


Tiny ACE – On the Trail of Turing's Automatic Computing Engine

Language: German
Jürgen Müller


CTM and Otto Müller – A Contemporary Witness Reports

Language: German
Christfried Welke


Who am I? CPUID on the PDP-8

Portable software must adapt to peculiarities of the target platforms. Even variations within a "compatible" family of computers may require specific code. But how does a program identify which machine is executing it? In this presentation we will dissect, line by line, a subroutine written by the late Charles Lasner (CJL) as part of the Kermit implementation for the PDP-8 family of computers. The subroutine, "MACHINE", is capable of identifying all DEC PDP-8 models. Some familiarity with programming will benefit the listener, but the presentation includes the basics of PDP-8 assembly and the level should be approachable to most.

Language: English
Pontus Pihlgren (Update Computer Club)


OCTOI – The Community ISDN/TDM Network

Language: German
Harald Welte


Closing Event

Language: German
Stefan Höltgen and Anke Stüber


Workshops

Composing on the C64 with the Soundmonitor

Language: German
Miron Schmidt


More information about the presentations and workshops is available in German.

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