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The Programming Historian blog is our space to share news about the project, ideas for how you might use technology in your work, and exciting examples of the Programming Historian applied in the real world. Subscribe to the RSS feed for new blog posts.

April 8, 2019

Bienvenue au Programming Historian en français!

Sofia Papastamkou

Schéma de Paul Otlet: documentation et télécommunication, Mundaneum, Centre d'archives de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, Mons, Belgique. © Mundaneum

April 6, 2019

Map of Our Contributors and Our Readers

Adam Crymble

Map showing the countries where our editors currently live

March 16, 2019

Riva Quiroga y Joshua Ortiz Baco se unen al equipo de The Programming Historian en español

Jennifer Isasi

Riva Quiroga y Joshua Ortiz Baco se unen a The Programming Historian

December 5, 2018

François Dominic Laramée Joins the Programming Historian Project Team

Sofia Papastamkou

François Dominic Laramée has joined the Programming Historian

November 30, 2018

Linguistic diversity and Ad-hoc translation of the Programming Historian’s lessons

Anna-Maria Sichani

One of the interesting findings of the Programming Historian 2018 Community survey we conducted earlier this year, as part of our community engagement strategy, was that our readership expands and diversifies organically in terms of place of origin - from India to Russia and from Brazil, to Poland and Italy - and native language. This is of course a well-known aspect of open educational content: you never choose your readership – even if you have planned things differently.



November 9, 2018

Zoe LeBlanc Joins the Project

Brandon Walsh

Zoe LeBlanc has joined the Programming Historian