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BASIC at 50

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Published on Apr 7, 2014

In 1964, Dartmouth math Professor and future President John Kemeny and math Professor Tom Kurtz, along with a handful of Dartmouth undergraduates, revolutionized computing with the introduction of time-sharing and the BASIC programming language. This year, Dartmouth is celebrating 50 years of BASIC with a day of events on Wednesday, April 30. Please join us as we recognize the enduring impact of BASIC, showcase innovation in computing at Dartmouth today, and imagine what the next 50 years may hold.

BASIC at 50:
http://www.dartmouth.edu/basicfifty/

Anniversary Celebration Schedule:
https://www.dartmouth.edu/basicfifty/...

The Future of Computing — The Next 50 Years
http://www.dartmouth.edu/basicfifty/t...

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