Keynotes have included
Trenton Computer Festival is the longest continuously running computer show in
In 2005, the show returned to The College of New Jersey formerly Trenton State College to celebrate it's 30th Anniversary.
The show consists of an outdoor flea market, indoor retail market, user group displays, exhibits by national companies (i.e. Creative Technology, Microsoft, Intel), and a series of seminars and talks by experts on a variety of topics.
The 2006 show was held on the weekend of April 22 & 23 at The College of New Jersey.
2006 - Gregory Olsen, the 3rd private citizen in space.
2004 - Dr. Rebecca Mercuri, Electronic Voting
2003 - Bruce and Marge Brown, PC Magazine contributing editors
Jeff Waldhuter, Director of
1999 - Mike Elegan, Editor, Windows Magazine
1999 - Eric Raymond (Banquet Speaker)
1998 - Stacy Horn, Founder Echo
1997 - Dennis Hayes, CEO and Founder Microcomputer Products, Inc.
1997 - Phil Zimmerman, CTO of Pretty Good Privacy
1997 - Bjarne Stroustrup, AT&T Researcher and Designer of the C++ Language
1996 - Robin Raskin, Editor-in-Chief of Family-PC Magazine
1995 - Bill Machrone, Technology VP for Ziff-Davis Publishing
1994 - Steve Levy, Editor of Wired and MacWorld Magazines
1993 - Gordon E. Eubanks, CEO Symantec Corporation
1992 - Paul Grayson, Micrographix and National Chair for Missing Children Alert
1991 - Alfred Poor, PC Magazine ???
1990 - David House, Senior VP Intel Corp.
1988 - Chris Rukowski from Rising Star??? Not sure of year
1987 - Claudia Choi, Editor-In-Chief of Family Computing Magazine (only banquet)
1986 - Philip Lemmons, Editor of BYTE Magazine
1984 - Steve Circercia, Ceercia’s Circuit Cellar
1983 - Dr. Ken Iverson, IBM, Creator of APL
1981 - Dr. Adam Osborne, Author – "Microcomputer Tunnel Vision or Why I Designed and Built a New Microcomputer"
1980 - Carl Helmers, Executive Editor of BYTE Magazine
1979 - Wayne Green, Publisher of Kilobaud, Microcomputing and 73 Magazines – Remarkable Opportunities for the Hobbyist
1977 - Mr. and Mrs. John W. John Mauchly, Inventor of the first Digital Computer - "The Circumstances Surrounding the Invention of the First Digital Computer"
1976 - None
Interesting things found in the flea market
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