IT security authority Nate Fick ’99 speaks at the eCampus security conference hosted by Dartmouth.
The eighth annual event will focus on information security in higher education.
Dartmouth’s Josh Kim writes about the creation of BASIC and the opportunities that lie ahead.
Professor Dan Rockmore writes about BASIC, the computer language created 50 years ago at Dartmouth.
BASIC “opened up the world of computing to anyone who wanted to try it,” says NPR’s Joe Palca.
In 1964, a Dartmouth team democratized computing and launched a revolution.
“The world was a better place when almost everybody who used PCs at least dabbled in BASIC,” writes “TIME.”
NHPR focuses on the history and legacy of the BASIC programming language.
In 1964, John Kemeny, Tom Kurtz, and a handful of undergraduates programmed a revolution.
BASIC made computing accessible to Dartmouth students and faculty, and then to people across the world.