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The First Programmer?

 Ada Byron King, From Woman in Science

Ada Byron King, Countess of Lovelace.

Ada's lifelong friend. Charles Babbage, Lucasian professor of mathematics at Cambridge, was known as the inventor of the Difference Engine, an elaborate calculating machine that operated by the method of finite differences. Ada met Babbage in 1833, when she was just 17, and they began a voluminous correspondence on the topics of mathematics, logic, and ultimately all subjects.

From: Women in Science

 

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