Ada Lovelace: First Computer Programmer

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For Women’s History Month, we wanted to highlight the most influential women in tech history!

Ada was one of the first people to recognize that computers could be used for much more than just mathematical calculations. She saw that computers could be used for creative endeavors, and she wrote about how computers could be used to create music and poetry. She’s often called “the first computer programmer” because she wrote instructions for how Charles Babbage’s Analytical Engine would work, years before the machine was actually built!

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