The Evolution of Computer Science (in a Nutshell)

I’ll be discussing The Evolution of Computer Science in a nutshell in this article or post or whatever you’d like to call it.

Since we all know that computer history is very ancient, I don’t even know, to be frank, what I’m talking about right now. So let’s not waste any more time and get right on the main content.

The Evolution of Computer Science (in a Nutshell)

It all started back in 1703 when Gottfried Leibniz introduces the binary system. Oh, let just not dive into details.

  • 1703
    • Gottfried Leibniz introduces the binary system.
  • 1837
    • Charles Babbage invents the Analytical Engine.
  • 1843
    • Ada Lovelace publishes the first computer algorithm.
  • 1936
    • Alan Turing invents the Turing machine.
  • 1941
    • Konrad Zuse invents the first digital programmable computer.
  • 1947
    • The transistor is invented at Bell Labs.
  • 1954
    • IBM builds the first mass-produced computer.
  • 1958
    • Jack Kilby & Robert Noyce make the first functioning integrated circuit.
  • 1964
    • Douglas Engelbart invents invents the first mouse and GUI.
  • 1969
    • ARPAnet, the ancestor of the internet, is created.
  • 1971
    • The first widely available microprocessor is invented by Intel.
  • 1972
    • Dennis Ritchie created the C language.
  • 1981
    • IBM introduced its first MS-DOS computer.
  • 1982
    • Commodore 64, best selling computer of all time, is introduced.
  • 1989
    • Tim Berners-Lee invents the World Wide Web.
  • 1993
    • Marc Andreessen creates Mosaic, the first popular web browser.
  • 1995
    • PHP, Java, and JavaScript are released.
  • 2009
    • The IBM supercomputer reaches the speed of 1 petaflop.
  • 2010
    • Researchers are able to manipulate quantum computing information units.
  • 2012
    • Scientists cultivated brain cells on a microchip.
  • 2016
    • Microsoft introduced its mixed reality technology.
  • 2018
    • Researchers create injectable mesh computer to merge into brains.
  • The evolution in Computer science is still going on.

This is how computer science evolution has happened and still happening, and if I missed anything write that in comments below. Or if you have any suggestions please write it down in the comments below.

Sachin Sharma

I am a programmer and Tech Enthusiast who loves to use my creative skills to solve complex problems.

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