Right around the time the Silverman Brothers were wrestling with a clandestine copy of the 1966 APL/360 source code, York University bestowed Dr. Iverson with an honorary degree.
Continuing the tradition at the end of this month, York, in collaboration with its infant Computer History Museum, will host a day long lecture style event aptly titled APL@50 in celebration of the 50th anniversary which marks the publication of Iverson’s seminal book, A Programming Language. I hope to see you there.
This is a free event & is open to the public.
November 1, 2012,
Doors open at 9am – 4pm See Shedule
York University, Toronto
Lecture Hall B of the Lassonde Building
Please consult the York University maps for the public transit and driving directions as well as for the location of the Lassonde Building.