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“QWERTYUIOP” - The first E-mail? by Fotopoulou Sophia

Sometime in late 1971, a computer engineer named Ray Tomlinson sent the first e-mail message. "I sent a number of test messages to myself from one machine to the other," he recalls now. "The test messages were entirely forgettable... Most likely the first message was QWERTYIOP or something similar."

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Programmer In Hard Work

How many times did all programmers spend hours and days to find out where is the logical error and the program doesn?t run properly. Making music out of computer code is helping programmers to catch the bugs that can cause software to go awry.

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Delphi? by Dimitris Katakalaios

Borland Delphi

Borland Delphi is a high-level, compiled, strongly typed language that supports structured and object-oriented design. Delphi language is based on Object Pascal. Today, Delphi is much more than simply "Object Pascal language".

The project codenamed Delphi hatched in mid 1993. Why Delphi? It was simple: "If you want to talk to [the] Oracle, go to Delphi". When it came time to pick a retail product name, after an article in Windows Tech Journal about a product that will change the life of programmers, the proposed (final) name was AppBuilder.

Since Novell released…

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Personal Computers by Mala Matina

ENIAC The world's first electronic digital computer, developed in 1946.

Computer industry is a broad field due to its numerous inventions and its rapid changes. Many scientists and inventors have contributed to the development and process of computer manufacture while many still work on it. And so the technology of this complex machine that consists from many parts, each of which represents a special invention, grows very quickly.

Automatic calculation machine that invented in the early 1800's, by Charles Babbage, a mathematic professor, acclaimed to be the inspirational idea. This machine was steam powered and could store up to 1,000 50-digit numbers, programmed by, and stored…

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