George Felton (1921-2019)

George Felton was a pioneering computer scientist who became the UK’s foremost software authority. He managed, and largely implemented, the programming scheme for the Ferranti Pegasus computer, first delivered in 1956 and went on to work for its successor, ICL.

Find out more about his life and achievements in this obituary written by Martin Campbell Kelly, published in the Guardian.


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