A once in a lifetime day at ARM celebrating the Beeb@30
The Acorn BBC Micro turned 30 and to celebrate it the Centre for Computing History organised a once in a lifetime event on Sunday 25th March 2012 that included the original people behind the BBC Micro.
We were honoured to be invited and so got up very early on a Sunday morning and drove to Cambridge and the headquarters of ARM.
In the window was an Acorn Computer sign – I had a feeling it was going to be a great day – and I wasn’t wrong!
There was even a really cool way to sign in when you got there!
A Look Around the Displays
After walking through the entrance doors there were a number of displays showing retro computing hardware, including various BBC Micro’s and Electrons.