Bletchley Park

Back in November I had the privilege to spend two days at Bletchley Park, the home of the legendary WWII code breakers and the National Museum of Computing, along with a number of the UK-based Microsoft MVPs. It’s a place that I’ve personally wanted to visit for a number of years because my grandfather’s wartime role was at a Wireless Intercept ‘Y Station’ that was listening in on Axis communications to be decrypted by the Government Code and Cipher School at Bletchley Park (the forerunner to GCHQ). The two days were filled with presentations from Microsoft staff and MVPs in the ballroom, a team code breaking … Continue reading Bletchley Park