Turing: Pioneer of the Information Age

Turing: Pioneer of the Information Age - Jack Copeland This was an interesting look into the work of a man who contributed to the earliest. Contributed is probably the wrong word though because he was a driving force behind the computer. The part of this book that I was most interested in was Turing's code-breaking work at Bletchley Park.Overall the author did make the complex subjects of this book easy for a lay person to understand (although I did find the first two chapters a bit confusing).I would recommend this book to anyone interested in learning more about the early days of computers.