Ada Lovelace (or Ada Byron King, Countess of Lovelace, if we're being particular), is often called "The world's first computer programmer," which is quite the claim to fame considering she lived in the mid-1800s and that, well, she was a "she." This episode we look into the mind and life of a pioneer and visionary whose work laid the ground for how computers work today.
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