Five Prominent Women in Technology Division of the Age to Age
Written By Suryadarmadi Sadar on Tuesday, October 23, 2012 | 10:22 AM
In a world that holds gender equality, a woman has the same position as men. Thus even in the field of technology. In the field this one, now many female names that have an important role. From Sheryl Sandberg COO working sebaga Facebook or Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer. However, long before the two women appeared, many other names who were also instrumental in developing the technology.
Ada Lovelace (1815-1852)
Single female is often referred to as' the first computer programmer. " Lovelace was born in 1815 which
makes an analytical model for the machine Babbage in 1842. With these findings, Lovelace was able to explain complex things better, like a language code.
Emmy Noether (1882-1935)
Ahlim German mathematical origin of these contribute to abstract algebra and theoretical physics. Noether's genius was also recognized by an Albert Einstein. Even the inventor of the theory of relativity is called Noether as the most important woman in the history of mathematics.
Grace Hopper (1906-1992)
Hopper is a woman who developed a computer compiler in the computing laboratory at Harvard. Not only that, she is precisely what makes the concept of programming language COBOL. Hopper was also a man who popularized the word "debugging" to fix interference on computer programs. Hopper accomplishments did not stop there, Hopper became first woman to serve in the navy Admiral United States.
Joanne Simpson (1923-2010)
Marissa Mayer (1975-present)
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