For those of you in northern Europe, remember that VCFe-CH is this next weekend! When: Saturday, November 30th and Sunday, December 1stWhere: The Rote Fabrik cultural center on the shores of Lake Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland For more detail see http://vcfe.ch/doku.php. The post VCF Europa – Switzerland 2019 appeared first …
Mark your calendars! The next edition of Vintage Computer Festival East is April 24-26, 2020, as always at the InfoAge Science & History Center in Wall, New Jersey. Stay tuned for details as the event nears.
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The Vintage Computer Federation is pleased to announce Vintage Computer
Festival Pacific Northwest 2020! We will be at Living
Computers:Museum+Labs in Seattle Washington on Saturday March 21st and
Sunday March 22nd, 2020.
To make this happen we are looking for exhibitors, speakers and
volunteers. Last year we had 28
THANK YOU to all who attended and supported Vintage Computer Festival West last weekend! It was a huge success. Dozens of amazing exhibits, great lectures, and 18 of the world’s approximately 70 remaining original Apple 1 computers in the building. Special thanks to all of the attendees and exhibitors, plus
Vintage Computer Festival West (#vcfwest) is underway. In addition to the exhibit hall, there’s a full slate of lectures, panels, and special demonstrations. There’s nothing like being there in person, but this year we are experimenting with our first live stream — please forgive us if the quality isn’t fully
VCF West is just a few weeks away! You’ll find three dozen incredible hands-on exhibits, a special exhibit with at least 10 original Apple-1 computers, a restored Apollo Guidance Computer, an amazingly detailed technical lecture by legendary Commodore engineer Bil Herd, our huge consignment sale, and much more!!! It’s all
We’re honored to announce that Dag Spicer is our newest board member! Dag is senior curator at the Computer History Museum in Silicon Valley.
Dag’s background is in electrical engineering and history. He joined VCF to assist in expanding the grassroots involvement of computer enthusiasts in the story of computing,
Vintage Computer Festival West 2019 is just two months away! The show is August 3-4 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.
We are going to have a fabulous show and hope to set a new record for attendance.
This year we’re having a special gathering of several
Vintage Computer Festival East is in our rearview mirror. It was our biggest east-coast show ever! The highlights were the keynotes by Unix co-inventor Ken Thompson (with Brian Kernighan interviewing him on stage) and Atari hardware engineer Joe Decuir. Watch all of the show videos here.
We’d also like to