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engineeringhistory:

Tinted photograph from a daguerreotype of Ada Lovelace, 1844. Lovelace, daughter of Lord Byron, wrote lengthy notes to Charles Babbage who designed a theoretical mechanical digital computer, the Analytical Engine. Babbage referred to Lovelace as “the Enchantress of Numbers” and she is considered by some to be the first computer programmer.

engineeringhistory:

Tinted photograph from a daguerreotype of Ada Lovelace, 1844. Lovelace, daughter of Lord Byron, wrote lengthy notes to Charles Babbage who designed a theoretical mechanical digital computer, the Analytical Engine. Babbage referred to Lovelace as “the Enchantress of Numbers” and she is considered by some to be the first computer programmer.