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Designer Anna Dec 7
FIRST GENERATION COMPUTERS: ⭐️Silent features⭐️ 👉🏼Vacuum tube technology. 👉🏼based on decimal arithmetic 👉🏼need to be program manually
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MIT CSAIL Dec 18
In the spirit of 2019 predictions, here's one from 1949: "computers in the future may weigh no more than 1.5 tons." Pictured here, the 1946 vs. the world’s smallest computer. (, photo: U.S. Navy, )
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MIT CSAIL Dec 27
Today would have been the 93rd birthday of Jean Bartik, one of the original programmers of the world’s first general-purpose computer, the : (credit: )
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Meaghan Moody Feb 15
Sampling of our sticker options to celebrate Day! First showing of Top Secret Rosies starts at 3PM. Stop by the EC from 3-5 and enjoy a showing, choose a sticker, and grab a snack!⁣
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Computing History Apr 10
in 1943, work began on (Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer)
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LaunchCoder Girl Apr 10
Meet Ruth (Lichterman) Teitelbaum & Marlyn (Wescoff) Meltzer…2 of the original 6 programmers—all women—of the computer. history well worth investigating further if you're not familiar.
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ACM-W womENcourage Mar 11
Who invented ? No other than "Betty" Holberton, programmer: "we actually did pull the wire to stop the programs so we could read the accumulators off. we actually broke the point, and that was where the word came from."
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Matthew Lamons Apr 13
This is an interesting historical exploration of early programming of & that set the stage for of today. Leadership -The Intelligence Factory Solutions Companies
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Kaspersky Lab Feb 15
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CryptoJ0ules Apr 16
One of the first programmers Kay McNulty Mauchly
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Cosmo Tech Mar 26
Untold History of : Invisible Woman Programmed America's First Electronic Computer | by |
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EDN.com Feb 15
in , , the first electronic general-purpose , was announced to the public
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The Compuseum Mar 19
1) A reminder request to continue to keep in your charitable donations list. Tax filing is coming up and recall that Compuseum is a fully IRS registered 501(c)3 charity. Please make a donation today-new initiatives coming!
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sonata Feb 12
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StarTalk Mar 8
Long before Gates or Jobs, 6 women programmed the first digital computer: (Photo Credit: U.S. Army/ARL Technical Library Archives)
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Manchester Met IT Mar 8
Happy International Women's day! Feeling grateful for all the women working and researching in technology today and in our past. Pictured here the trailblazing female programmers from the project.
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Kate Sheppard Apr 14
Replying to @k8shep
Programming the : “It was all women at that point.”
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Digital Vasari Feb 14
in 1946 was unveiled the first fully electronic . Calculated 5,000 operations per second, occupied over 1,500 square feet of space, weighed 30 tons, and used 18,000 vacuum tubes.
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Nodal Feb 15
Happy Birthday to , born 1945. One of our very first computers and programmed by women: Kay McNulty, Betty Jennings, Betty Snyder, Marlyn Meltzer, Fran Bilas, and Ruth Lichterman.
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eniac Apr 13
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