United Kingdom Dojo

Making open-source more accessible.
To learn more about open-source technology in the United Kingdom, the following resources and links can be helpful:
  1. OpenUK - a non-profit organization that supports open source in the UK
  2. Open Source Initiative - a global non-profit organization that promotes and protects open-source software
  3. UK Open Source Awards - an annual award event that celebrates open-source projects and contributions
  4. GitHub - a platform that hosts many open-source projects from the UK

Some notable technologists from the United Kingdom throughout history include:

  1. Ada Lovelace - considered the world’s first computer programmer and a pioneer in computing
  2. Alan Turing - a mathematician and computer scientist who played a significant role in cracking German codes during World War II and is known as the father of computer science
  3. Tim Berners-Lee - the inventor of the World Wide Web
  4. Sophie Wilson - the designer of the Acorn microcomputer and the ARM chip, which is used in most smartphones and tablets today
  5. Eben Upton - the co-founder of the Raspberry Pi Foundation, which created the low-cost Raspberry Pi computer for education and tinkering.

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