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  1. 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.

  2. 20 de mar. de 2012 · Thomas Harold Flowers (22 de dezembro de 1905 – Londres, 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.

  3. 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.

  4. Tommy Flowers MBE era um engenheiro elétrico sênior e chefe do Grupo de Switching na Post Office Research Station em Dollis Hill. Antes de seu trabalho em Colossus, ele esteve envolvido com GC&CS em Bletchley Park desde fevereiro de 1941 em uma tentativa de melhorar as Bombes que foram usadas na criptoanálise da máquina de ...

  5. 19 de mai. de 2023 · In the annals of computer history, one name often goes unnoticed, overshadowed by more prominent figures like Alan Turing and Charles Babbage. However, Tommy Flowers, an unassuming British engineer and mathematician, played a pivotal role in shaping the digital landscape we know today.

  6. 16 de ago. de 2018 · Thomas H. Flowers: the hidden story of the Bletchley Park engineer who designed the code-breaking Colossus. By Lori Cameron. Published 08/16/2018. Share this on: While the release of the award-winning film “The Imitation Game” made Alan Turing a household name, stories of other WWII codebreakers lie buried in the historical archives.

  7. 6 de set. de 2023 · Tommy Flowers was an electrical engineer who designed, and led the team that built, the pioneering Colossus computer used to decipher German codes at Bletchley Park during the Second World War. English Heritage has commemorated him with a blue plaque at the former Post Office Research Station, Dollis Hill.

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