Have you ever wanted to know how a computer was programmed in the 80s? This is your chance!

The Museum of Computing and ACM UPV Chapter invite you to attend a conference where you could learn to program with an operative AMSTRAD CPC and be able to know all its curiosities.

Have you ever heard of “poke“? Do you know what a “charger” is?

We are convinced that this experience will enrich your training as computer engineers as well as you enjoy being in the shoes of a BASIC programmer from the 80s.

Naturally, after finishing this workshop you will be able to answer the questions above.


  • Participants: ETSINF Students (limited positions)
  • Date and hour: Monday 23rd April 2018, 11:00 – 13:00
  • Place: Museo en Vivo, Building 1E.
  • Application: Here
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