Ada Lovelace: 'The Enchantress of Numbers' (+video)
Ada Lovelace is honored today by Google for her contribution to computer science. She is variously described as the "first computer programmer" and the inventor of the algorithm. Skip to next paragraph. Related stories
Google's latest Google Doodle commemorative logo pays tribute to Ada, Countess of Lovelace (1815-1852) — better known as Ada Lovelace – a computer pioneer who did her pioneering a century before the computer revolution got underway in earnest.
Ada Lovelace, born Augusta Ada Byron, was an English mathematician and writer widely known for her work on Charles Babbage's early mechanical general-purpose computer, the Analytical Engine. She worked on what is believed to be the first algorithm
Today's Google logo celebrates mathematician Ada Lovelace, widely credited as the world's first computer programmer. Her work on Charles Babbage's Analytical Engine is the first example of an algorithm meant to be
Google doesn't talk that much about all of its doodle subjects, but Ada Lovelace got a blog post on the Official Google Blog today, which honors her as a “computing's 1843 visionary”. “Last year, a group of us were lucky