Tim Berners Lee and Alun Turning

World Wide Web

Tim Berners Lee

He created the World Wide Web. Berners Lee is a British computer scientist who in vented the World Wide Web. He was born 8th June 1955 ,he grew up in London. He studied physics in Oxford University and became a software engineer.

alan turing

facts

Alan Turing was an English mathematician, wartime code-breaker and pioneer of computer science.

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Alan Turing with two colleagues and a Ferranti computer in January 1951. Turing had previously been involved with the construction of both the Colossus, the electronic computer built at Bletchley Park during WW2, and, later, the Automatic Computing Engine.

five generation of computers

computers get smaller and smaller very generation you couldn't site down like we do now you would have to stand up walk from one to the other because they were that big. the ones we have are more updated than theirs

inputs and outputs

input

input is something in to the computer that shows up on the screen like keyboard because it needs a wirer to send the letter to the computer.

output

an output is a thing that send things to the other devices by a signal like a computer to a printer they are connected by a signal that tells the printer you want to print this work picture or any thing else you want to print.

CPU

CPU

The CPU is responsible for executing a sequence of stored instructions called a program.

RAM and ROM

ram and rom

Main store (or computer memory) is divided into Read Only Memory (ROM) and Random Access Memory (RAM).

raspberry pi

raspberry pi

The idea behind a tiny and

Affordable computer for kids came in 2006, when Eben Upton , Rob Mullins , Jack Lang and Alan Mycoft ,based at the University of Cambrige’s Computer Laboratory