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Dinner Event - Insight Summit North America 2018

Dinner at The Computer History Museum

Join your colleagues for a fun and informative evening at the Computer History Museum on Tuesday, September 25 from 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm.

Discover the roots of today's internet and mobile devices. Walk through exhibits and see over 1,100 historic artifacts, including some of the very first computers from the 1940s and 1950s. The event will feature dinner, drinks and select exhibits - all included in your registration fee!

The Computer History Museum

1401 N. Shoreline Blvd
Mountain View, CA 94043

Tuesday, September 25
7:00 - 9:30 pm





Revolution: The First 2000 Years of Computing
Everyone uses computers, but few know the story of how they came to be. Revolution: The First 2000 Years of Computing is an engaging 25,000-square-foot exhibition, featuring 19 galleries, 1,100 objects, and an array of original multimedia experiences that chronicle the history of computing on a global scale, from the abacus to the smartphone. Experience one-of-a-kind objects, devices, and software, while hearing the firsthand accounts from the innovators who set the computer revolution in motion.

Make Software: Change the World!
Fly through World of Warcraft’s fantastic world of Azeroth, learn Photoshop from the pros, try your hand at coding, and speed-text your way to victory in Make Software: Change the World! Make Software explores the history, impact, and technology behind seven game-changing applications: MP3, Photoshop, MRI, Car Crash Simulation, Wikipedia, Texting, and World of Warcraft. The Stata Family Foundation Software Lab is at the center of the exhibition, where visitors are introduced to basic programming concepts and encouraged to try coding hands-on.