episode 3 of the story of software podcast recorded by Zartis, hacker culture 1958-1970

Podcasts by Zartis – The Story of Software #3: Hacker Culture

The Early Days, 1958 – 1970

In this podcast episode, we explore Hacker Culture in its early years. We look into the birth of hacker culture in MIT in the late 1950s, and look at the progress of the movement up until 1970.

 

Note: The ‘History of Software’ podcast has been rebranded to The Story of Software. The focus remains on exploring technology from an evolutionary perspective of trying to understand how what we know today came to be. We will continue to explore topics from the early dawn of software technology to the state-of-the-art today and what is envisioned to come next.

 

What is Hacker Culture?

It is considered hacker culture was born when members of the Tech Model Railroad Club at MIT took an interest in programming. Those were the guys who would physically break into computer labs they didn’t have credentials for, or dumpster dive for hardware parts outside of the buildings of defense contractors in the Boston area. From the Tech Model Railroad Club to John McCarthy, L. Peter Deutsch, Bill Gosper – we explore the evolution of hacker culture through the lives and eccentricities of those driving it.

You can find our podcast on:

Apple PodcastsSpotifyStitcherDeezer, & Youtube.

 

For this episode, Padraig Coffey, CEO at Zartis, is joined by Antonio Reher, Tech Lead at Zartis.

We hope you enjoy listening to our podcast and feel free to share any feedback with us: podcast@zartis.com.

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