It’s only fitting that today’s Google Doodle honors Ada Lovelace — the woman widely recognized as the world’s first computer programmer.
The web giant celebrates the tech pioneer’s 197th birthday with an image of “the enchantress of numbers” writing the first computer algorithm beside machines she helped design that were considered forerunners to the modern computer.
Born Augusta Ada Byron, Lovelance was poet Lord George Gordon Byron’s only legitimate child. After her parents separated soon after her birth, her mother Anne Isabella “Annabella” Milbanke tutored her in science instead of literature in order to strip her »
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