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AppSierra Solutions Jun 4
AppSierra is back with its weekly facts! This one is specially for our
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BIS Dec 10
: Born mathematician who worked with Charles Babbage on his mechanical computer and wrote the 1st . She is regarded as the 1st to recognise the full potential of a 'computing machine' and one of the 1st computer programmers💻
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AdaCore | Ada/C/C++ tools for critical software Dec 10
Today marks the birthday of , the world's first computer programmer! Let's celebrate her work, opening the door to , see more about her story here -
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Wining About Herstory Apr 27
👑EP56👑This week we cover a largely unknown woman & a heavy hitter! First who lost most of her senses & learned how to communicate again. Then the tale of who became the 1st b4 we even knew what a computer was! Listen now!
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Cardano Foundation Feb 11
Today is the International Day of and in . owes a great deal to . We hope Cardano will inspire many girls worldwide to contribute to science and empower generations of future innovators.
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TTI, Inc. Dec 10
Happy Birthday to Ada Lovelace: the first programmer, the first to recognize that "analytical machines" had applications beyond pure calculation, the namesake for a very secure programming language, and an inspirational figure to many today.
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Computer History Museum Dec 10
Happy 204th birthday to the world’s original programmer . Born 12/10/1815, Lovelace mused that one day the might be programmed “to compose elaborate and scientific pieces of music of any degree of complexity or extent.” Today, Lovelace’s vision is a reality.
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Refuge Feb 11
Today is the International Day for Women and Girls in Science! Did you know that created the first ‘computer’ algorithm or that invented wi-fi? Find out about amazing women with : Peak of telling Ada's story! 👇
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Altea Lorenzo Feb 11
Celebrating for the first time as a hoping for a future in which every baby in the world can grow to be whatever they want to be irrespective of gender, race, nationality, sexual identity & socio-economic background
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Shearsman Feb 7
In 'Ada Unseen', Frances Presley reimagines the landscape surrounding the Exmoor home of, mathematician & computer visionary, Ada Lovelace, through a combination of science & poetics. Here is a glimpse inside this exhilarating 2019 collection:
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L0K4L_GH0ST Feb 7
The worlds first programmer was a . Ada Lovelace Born: Dec 10, 1815, London, England Died: Nov 27, 1852, Marylebone, London, England
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John Ottaway Mar 8
For I told 8 year old Emily and 6 year old April about and and then we did some science It won't change the world in the way they did, but making a home made lava lamp, was fun
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Maia Majumder, PhD ✊🏾 Feb 11
I drew a year ago to celebrate , so I figure it’s time to retweet. What I love about Ada is that she wasn’t just a mathematician (& pioneering computer scientist); she was a talented writer too! What an inspiration for renaissance women, even today.
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Don Clark Mar 23
With no racing on at the moment - I’m putting this up because I can. Always makes a small owner like me happy and always will 🤣👍🏻 - “I wonder if she’s related to Linda” - the first horse I bred 😊😊🏇🏇
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Luisa Donato🦋✨ Dec 10
Born 204 years ago today, Ada Lovelace deserves to be celebrated every time we sit down at a computer.
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Archives of IT Dec 9
🎂Happy Birthday born 1815. 💫”Entrantress of numbers” 🌟pioneering ⚡️visionary & ✨ for !🌟
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Shaun Kelley May 27
Thanks for the new batch. Weird and wonderful flavours plus a mini art gallery
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Salariya Book Co. Apr 17
We have 2 brilliant on daughter of Lord Byron. Long after after her death, Ada Lovelace became widely recognised as the world's first computer programmer - a real visionary!
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Dirk Craeynest Dec 10
Recommended reading about Ada the person as well as Ada the language/technology
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HABSTEM May 7
Made by the fair hands of our teacher - is a household name at our school - she’s such an for so many
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