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ACM Timeline  http://www.computer.org/computer/timeline/timeline.pdf (1,5MB)

Annálar hugbúnaðarþróunar - Úrdráttur úr ofangreindu riti

Year
No
Event
250 - 230 BC
2
Sieve of Eratosthenes used to find prime numbers
1854
7
Geoge Bool - "An Investigation of Laws of Thought"
1937
14
Alan Turing - Concept of the Turing  machine
1945
16
John von Neumann - Concept of stored program in design of EDVAC
1945
16
Grace Murray Hooper - First computer "bug" - a moth in a relay
1949
20
Maurice Wilkes - EDSAC first stored-program computer built at Cambridge
1951 - 1952
22
Hopper - A-0 the first compiler developed
1957
26
John Backus and colleagues at IBM build first Fortran compiler
1959
29
Codasyl committee formed to create COBOL
1959
29
John McCarthy - Lisp language developed
1959
30
UNESCO sponsors first major international computer conference
1960
31
Algol 60 standard established
1961
32
Fernando Corbató at MIT develops for multiple users to share computer time
1963
34
ASCII 7-bit code standard set by ANSI
1964
35
John Kemeny and Thomas Kurtz at Dartmouth develop Basic
1965
37
Multics operating system developed with collaboration
1967
38
Ole-Johan Dahl and Kristen Nygaard at Norsk Regnesentral develop Simula the first OO language
1968
38
"Software Engineering" defined at a NATO conference
1968
38
Edsger Dijkstra - "Goto considered harmful"
1968
39
YYMMDD - standard set caused  Y2K crises
1968
39
Rand Corp. presents network concept of ARPA
1970
40
Winston Royce - Waterfall development method
1970
41
Dennis Ritchie and Kenneth Thomson - Unix developed at Bell Labs
1970
41
E.F. Codd at IBM develops the relational model
1971
42
David Parnas describes the principle of information hiding
1971
42
Niklaus Wirth develops Pascal and later Modula-2
1972
43
Dennis Ritchie develops C at Bell Labs
1972
43
Alan Kay architect of Smalltalk developed at Xerox PARC
1972
44
Alain Colmerauer at University of Marseille develops Prolog
1972
44
NP-completeness complexity theory developed
1973
46
Robert Metcalfe defines Ethernet
1974
46
Charles Simonyi at Xexoc PARC writes first WYSIWYG application
1975
47
Michel Jackson describes structured analysis
1975
47
Fredrick Brooks - "Mythical Man-Month" at IBM describes reasons for project failures
1976
*
M.E. Fagan at IBM - "Design and Code Inspections to Reduce Errors in Program Development"
1976
48
Gary Kildall develops CP/M operating system for 8-bit PC´s
1978
51
Wordstar introduced for CP/M and later DOS
1978
51
Tom DeMarco - Structured Analysis and System Specification
1979
52
Don Bricklin and Bob Franston develop VisiCalc for PC´s
1980
53
IBM selects PC-DOS from Microsoft as operating system for new PC
1980
53
Wayne Ratliff develops dBase II
1981
54
Barry Boehm devices Cocomo cost estimation model
1983
56
TCP/IP completion marks creation of the global internet
1983
57
Bjarne Stroustrupe at Bell Labs continues work on C++
1987
62
Watts Humphrey of SEI defines CMM - Capability Maturity Model
1987
*
ISO 9001 released
1988
63
Robert Morris Jr. released worm onto the Internet
1988
63
Barry Boehm defines the spiral model for software development
1989
64
Tim Berners-Lee proposes WWW project at CERN
1990
64
Microsoft introduces Windows 3.0
1993
67
Mosaic browser introduced
1995
68
The Java programming language unveiled at Sun

Oddur Benediktsson - október 2004