Vintage Computer festival East (VCF East) keynote speakers have been announced on the VCF website. VCF East is scheduled to happen May 5th and May 6th at the InfoAge Science Center in Wall New Jersey. Considered the smorgasbord of vintage computing, VCF covers the gamut of vintage computing platforms. It also is the only remaining event of the VCF Festivals after the downturn in the economy.
The Saturday session will be headlined by the creator of the BASIC programming language, Tom Kurtz. Tom created BASIC in 1964 while he was at Dartmouth University.
The Sunday session is scheduled to be headlined by the man known as Apple employee #12, Daniel Kottke. Daniel was involved with Apple from a very early time and even traveled to India with Steve Jobs.
For more information about VCF East 8.0, check out the VCF website at: