Computing History

Alan Turing and Tim Berners-lee

Alan Turing - His contribution

Alan Turing was a computer scientist, logician and mathematician. In WW2 Turing was a cryptanalyst for the Government Code and Cypher School (GCCS), he devised some techniques and methods to breaking German ciphers. Later when the war was won, Turing created one of the first designs for a store program computer. In 1954 Alan Turing died the police believed it was a suicide while some friend and family believed it to be accidently.

Tim Berners-Lee

Sir Timothy John Berners-Lee is a British Computer Scientist and inventor of the World Wide Web.