World’s First Computer Programmer is a Woman

The photos you see above is Ada King, known by the nickname Countess Lovelace. In 1843, he invented the first mechanical computer program basis. Then, There is correspondence with the inventor Charles Babbage once met at a party.

World's First Computer Programmer

There Babbage discussing ideas for an “analytical engine” – computers that could use the algorithm to form the output – and there are to expand and improve the concept.

In that sense, he pioneered the idea of ​​a computer algorithm. On the page Biography.com, explained that the woman who is also known by the name Ada Lovelace described how the code can be made to the device to handle letters and symbols with numbers.

He also found the theory method of the machine to repeat a series of instructions, a process known as looping the computer programs currently use. He also offered other forward-thinking concept in the article.

Reported by Huffington Post, for his work on the writer and the British mathematician often regarded as the world’s first computer programmer. Ada Lovelace was the only daughter of the poet Lord Byron and Anne Isabella Byron.

As a teenager, she became interested in mathematics, and also the work of Babbage’s analytical engine. Between 1842 and 1843, Ada Lovelace translated an article essay Italian mathematician Luigi Menabrea, the machine that became the forerunner of discovery.