Today marks the fifth annual Ada Lovelace Day. Lovelace (1815-1852) is responsible for writing the first EVER computer program. Her friend Charles Babbage asked for her notes on his Analytical Engine and Lovelace went further to include the first ever algorithm written for a machine. A pioneer for women and engineers alike, join us in celebrating Ada Lovelace Day! 
Want to do more to honor this amazing woman? Join Brown University and Wikipedia’s Edit-a-thon (today Oct 15th from 3pm - 8:30pm E.T.) to celebrate other female pioneers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics: http://wapo.st/GWxryf

Today marks the fifth annual Ada Lovelace Day. Lovelace (1815-1852) is responsible for writing the first EVER computer program. Her friend Charles Babbage asked for her notes on his Analytical Engine and Lovelace went further to include the first ever algorithm written for a machine. A pioneer for women and engineers alike, join us in celebrating Ada Lovelace Day! 

Want to do more to honor this amazing woman? Join Brown University and Wikipedia’s Edit-a-thon (today Oct 15th from 3pm - 8:30pm E.T.) to celebrate other female pioneers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics: http://wapo.st/GWxryf