Lunch Hour Lecture: From Bletchley Park to modern computing – the value of Twitter

8 January 2013

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Bletchley Park is the historic site of secret British codebreaking activities during World War II and the work carried out there by Alan Turing and others led to the birth of the modern computer. How did we get from Bletchley Park to modern software engineering? Dr Black will discuss how the use of social media can leverage capability in very diverse areas, from campaigning for a historical site to improving the quality of software.

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  • Sue Black @Dr_Black Senior Research Associate, UCL Department of Computer Science

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