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  • Writer's pictureLars Christensen

Engineering Technology, The year 1995

One of my favorite engineering magazines DE, Desktop Engineering did a fun thing in there December edition. Listing important Engineering events all the way from 1995 through the year 2010. I have to admit that I have not read all the articles in the December edition, but I have found myself picking the magazine up a couple of times to travel through memory lane and thought it could be a fun project to post pieces of the list and add a few comments and events of my own.

Since I am admitting to steal the idea from DE, and most of the content, I feel it will only be right to start with them. We will start with the year of 1995. Do you remember what you did that year?

DE Desktop Engineering

Windows 95


Solid Edge


What else… We had about 16 million internet users. The DVD (Digital Versatile Disc) was developed, holding almost seven times more than the CD. JavaScript was first introduced and deployed. Cosmonaut Valeri Polyakov returns after setting a record for 438 days in space.

That concludes the first of the series…We will take a 24 hour break before heading into 1996.

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