Ada's Algorithm : How Lord Byron's Daughter Launched The Digital Age Through The Poetry of NumbersPublication details: England; Gibson Square; 2017Description: 254 Pages; PaperbackISBN:
- 510.92 LOV
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Through the infamous divorce of her parents, Ada Lovelace became the most talked-about child in Georgian Britain. This riveting biography tells the extraordinary yet little known story of her life and times when mathematics was as fashionable as knitting among women and Ada became the world's first computer programmer. But for her era's view on gender, Ada would single-handedly have started the digital age more than two centuries ago.
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