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SPIES&VESPERS Dec 21
OTD Dec 21, 1920 born. Instrumental in development and programming of .
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IXcellerate Feb 14
That's right, Happy First Computer's Day! 💚 🤔DID YOU KNOW that on Feb.14, 1946 the first ever electronic general-purpose digital computer, , was unveiled to public? Designed for military use, it was the first machine to use binary code.
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Stony Brook University AI-Institute Feb 14
Here's something we love: On this day in 1946, , the world's first fully electronic computer was unveiled at UPENN. It weighed 30 tons, used 18,000 vacuum tubes, took up 1,500 sq. feet of space and was capable of 5,000 operations per second.
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SPIES&VESPERS Mar 23
OTD March 23, 2011 died. Key figure in programming big-ass computer , calculating ballistics trajectories.
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Rose-Gaëlle Mar 4
Being dazzled by the revolutionary first large-scale general-purpose electronic digital computer ever built. 🤩
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Robert Lufkin MD Mar 7
Happy Birthday Frances Elizabeth Holberton (March 7, 1917 – December 8, 2001)! was one of the six original programmers of the first general-purpose electronic digital computer, . Holberton invented breakpoints in computer debugging.
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AdaCore | Ada/C/C++ tools for critical software May 29
Our weekly shout-out is Frances V. Spence, one of the original programmers for the , the first electronic digital computer. She is considered one of the first computer programmers in history.
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eniac Aug 4
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FESAragónUNAM Feb 15
Hoy recordamos la Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer y las mujeres que la programaron: Betty Snyder Holberton, Kathleen McNulty Mauchly Antonelli, Marlyn Wescoff Meltzer, Ruth Lichterman Teitelbaum, Jean Jennings Bartik y Frances Bilas Spence 💻
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Archives of IT Feb 15
15 Feb, 1946: 🌟An exciting day in 🌟 , the 1st general purpose electronic , was formally unveiled to the public at the University of Pennsylvania.🎉 It was 1000x faster than electro-mechanical computing machines of the time. 📷 Wikipedia
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EQUALS Jun 22
Our quote this week is from Jean Bartik, one of the original programmers of the , the first electronic computer 🎛 🖌illustration:
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Bleeding Cool Feb 10
. and 's #1 From Comics, In 20 Stores Only on May 6th
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Greensprings School Feb 2
Did you know that coding used to be a woman’s job? These six women were the first modern computer coders and their programming work launched a modern software industry. However, they did not receive public recognition until their 70s.
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BugsySig Mar 19
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HOSTRY Feb 13
On this day in 1946, the ENIAC computer was launched. Although it was not the first computer, it was the most famous and that very day the official profession of a programmer appeared. So happy holiday, programmers all over the world! 🥳
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Underground Films Feb 10
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Groundbreaking computer programmer was a Donegal Gaeilgeoir who was one of the six original programmers of the , the first general-purpose electronic digital computer Watch her story at 8.30pm on
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Carla Petrocelli Jan 4
“All the years I gave talks about the ENIAC, I always talked about it as John's story, not my story" Kay McNulty, 2004
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Computer Heaven,Inc. Jun 15
Some interesting history for you... The first electronic computer weighed more than 27 tons and took up 1800 square feet. That's about the weight of 5 African elephants! Photo source: )
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EDN.com May 31
in , construction began on , code named “Project PX,” at the Moore School of Electrical
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