Each story we tell is woven together from dozens of sources—from library books and online articles, to crumbling archival letters and family photos. You can explore some of them here.
From rich archival sources, the authors reconstruct the evolution of a program first run on ENIAC in April 1948 by a team including John and Klara von Neumann and Nick Metropolis.
This article documents the conversion process and compares the 1948 ENIAC’s capabilities to those of the first modern computers.
The first in a three-part series appearing in IEEE Annals, this article gives a historical explanation of the endemic confusion surrounding the stored-program concept.
by Jule Charney, Ragnar Fjortoft, and John von Neumann. This mentions Klari in the footnote, and is an interesting application of her coding work.