Sunday, June 16, 2013

Fact of the Day: Mother of Computers

Even though she was a countess, Ada Lovelace's legacy is more known for her contributions to computers. She was also a mathematician, and her skills helped Charles Babbage create one of the earliest computer-like devices known as the Analytical Engine

14 comments:

KK said...

There's a programming language called 'ada' named after her.

Kiran Palwasha said...

hmm interesting :)

Ric said...

never knew her...but it's good to know!

Margaret D said...

Clever lady.

Cloudia said...

Cool. Remember Admiral Grace Hopper, Adam?



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Bob Bushell said...

A CLEVER WOMAN.

Pilar Domínguez said...

This fact is very interesting! I haven´t heard about her before. Kisses:)

MEcoy said...

the perfect wife, she sure has that budgeting skills haha

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Dana said...

Very cool!

Happy Sunday. ☺

Old Kitty said...

Good for her!!! Take care
x

Christine said...

wow a smart countess!

Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

Smart lady!

Theresa Mahoney said...

I love hearing facts about smart women!