Amazingly, the first person who built the first computer programming language was actually a woman named “Ada Lovelace”. She’s the sole child of the famous poet Lord Byron. Ada’s mother raised her under a tight regimen of science and mathematics, afraid that she would inherit her father’s poetic madness.

While working with Charles Babbage, she realized that the Analytical Engine could carry out an extensive sequence of mathematical operations, and she produced the first program designed to be carried out by such a computer. As a result, she is often regarded as the world’s first computer programmer.

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