Turing Centennial Celebration at Princeton University

 

Princeton University is hosting a Turing Centennial Celebration on May 10 – 12, 2012. The event honors of Alan Turing, the “father of computer science” who earned his Ph.D from Princeton University in 1938.

Google’s Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt will be speaking on the 10th, and I’ll be in attendance along with the Princeton Tech Meetup (where I spoke this past Monday).

If you’re interested in attending the free event, register with Princeton.

If you’d like to join the Princeton Tech Meetup check out their page on Meetup.com. It’s free to join, and the group is wonderful.

Either way, let me know if you’ll be in Princeton on May 10th.

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