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FOSDEM

EDSAC at FOSDEM

I have been accepted to give one of the Main Track talks at FOSDEM 2018 on EDSAC and Chip Hack 2017! Hooray! FOSDEM is the Free and Open Source Developers European Meeting. It is a free-to-attend annual event… Read More

Cuttletree

Cuttletree, Embecosm’s Tweetable Tree

Christmas is a time for sharing and spreading good will, and at Embecosm this is something we are passionate about. Every year for the last 3 years, St Thomas Church in Lymington holds a Christmas Tree Festival in December, where… Read More

PhD Intern Wanted!

If you are a talented PhD student with an interest in compilers and security, we would love to hear from you. Embecosm provides services developing Free and Open Source (F/OSS) compilers for companies around the world. The architectures for… Read More

Diversity Report

Gender diversity in IT

The BCS has launched a report called “Diversity in IT – Shaping our Future together“. It is to be the UK’s first comprehensive report into all forms of diversity in the IT sector. To acknowledge this release, I shall briefly… Read More

Compiler Engineers Wanted!

If you are a talented software engineer who is passionate about open source compilers, we would love to hear from you. Read More

PhD Intern Wanted!

If you are a talented PhD student with an interest in compilers and security, we would love to hear from you. Read More

Air delay lines

Air delay lines for EDSAC

Back in the original EDSAC computer, information was stored in a series of over 30 mercury delay lines all stored in a coffin-like box. These tubes would use the acoustic properties of mercury to reduce reflections. However, to prevent everyone… Read More

Edsac

EDSAC Peripherals Update

Here at Embecosm HQ we’ve been busy finalising the design for all of our peripherals for the FPGA implementation, and re-imagining of the original EDSAC ready for Chip Hack. In this blog post, we’ll take you through… Read More

Compiler Engineers Wanted!

If you are a talented software engineer who is passionate about open source and compilers, we would love to hear from you. Read More