Google Celebrates Ada Lovelace’s 197th Birthday with a Doodle
Google commemorates Ada Lovelace’s 197th birthday with a facinating doodle.
Ada Lovelace, often considered as the world’s first computer programmer, was born on December 10, 1815. She was an English mathematician and her works on analytical engine plays a crucial role in the evolution of computer.
She is remembered especially for her work on the Analytical Engine, a proposed mechanical computer designed by Charles Babbage, English mathematician.
Her interest in mathematics developed during her young age.
Apart from her work on the Analytical Engine, Ada is also known for her translation work Luigi Menabrea on the engine which was a complex task.
Ada Lovelace died on November 27, 1852 due to uterine cancer.
Today’s Google doodle pays tribute to her works.
The doodle features Ada Lovelace creating computer notes. It also displays few images of antique computer machines to laptops that tells the evolution of the machine.
The Google logo is formed by the quill of the paper scroll.
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