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  1. 20 de mar. de 2012 · Thomas Harold Flowers (22 de dezembro de 1905Londres, 8 de novembro de 1998), engenheiro inglês inventor do equipamento Colossus, (o primeiro computador eletrônico e digital programável), utilizado pelas forças aliadas durante a II Guerra Mundial para decifrar as comunicações militares alemãs.

  2. Tommy Flowers, o inventor do primeiro computador programável, faleceu em 28 de outubro de 1998, aos 92 anos. Picture number: COM/B911217. Description: Wrens operating the ‘Colossus’ computer, 1943. Colossus was the world’s first electronic programmable computer, at Bletchley Park in Bedfordshire.

  3. Thomas Harold Flowers MBE (22 December 1905 – 28 October 1998) was an English engineer with the British General Post Office. During World War II, Flowers designed and built Colossus, the world's first programmable electronic computer, to help decipher encrypted German messages.

  4. 27 de mar. de 2024 · Thomas Harold Flowers was born in London‘s working class East End in 1905. He dropped out of school at age 16, driven by a relentless fascination with how mechanical and electrical devices worked. Flowers secured an engineering apprenticeship at the Royal Arsenal where he trained in machine tooling and equipment maintenance.

  5. Thomas H. (Tommy) Flowers Builder of Colossus, the cryptanalytical machine designed by Alan Turing and others at Bletchley Park, England, perhaps the first electronic computer in the UK. Education : BSc, London University, 1933; Honorary DSc, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, 1977.

  6. Tommy Flowers, born 22 December 1905, died 28 October 1998, designed the Colossus codebreaking machines.

  7. Newcastle bases its claim to be the first university to honour Thomas Flowers on two particular counts. First, some of its members have sought to learn the secrets of the early days of their technology and to give recognition to those who played the major parts.

  8. 19 de mai. de 2023 · Tommy Flowers, the inventor of the first programmable computer, passed away on 28 October 1998, at the age of 92. Timeline. 20th Century, World War Two. In the annals of computer history, one name often goes unnoticed, overshadowed by more prominent figures like Alan Turing and Charles Babbage....

  9. Colossus foi um conjunto de computadores desenvolvidos por decifradores britânicos nos anos de 1943 a 1945 [ 1] para ajudar na criptoanálise da cifra de Lorenz. A Colossus usava válvulas termiônicas (tubos a vácuo) para realizar operações booleanas e de contagem. Colossus é, portanto, considerado [ 2] o primeiro computador ...

  10. Thomas Harold Flowers. Nationality: British. born in: Poplar, Tower Hamlets, London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom. Thomas 'Tommy' Flowers designed the codebreaking computer 'Colossus'. 1957 - As Post Office chief engineer, Flowers also designed an electronic random-number generator, 'ERNIE'.

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