Norman Sanders Book Release

Norman Sanders describes himself as a retired computer programmer from the very beginning of the modern computer era, and he was particularly notable for bringing the computer to bear on British industry through his meetings with Prime Minister Sir Harold Wilson.

He has a fund of stories about the early pioneers in Britain, having met or worked with Maurice Wilkes, David Wheeler, Alan Turing and many others.  Norman was interviewed for us by Mark Jones on two occasions in November 2018 and those conversations prompted him to record a selection of his experiences and reflections in a book.

This has now been published and is available from Cambridge Scholars

Norman’s interviews can be found here: Norman Sanders