Today, as part of its tradition, Google is celebrating the 197th birthday of the world’s first computer programmer, Ada Lovelace-the lady who known for her work as the world’s first algorithm, on Charles Babbage’s Analytical Engine .
With a stylish doodle on the Google’s home page, Google is depicting the revolution of progression from old age computers to present day laptops.
On left hand side, image of Ada Byron has depicted showing herself as writing with a quill pen seated on a desk and the paper depicts her algorithm, while right side the Doodle filled with punch cards, desktops and finally, modern laptops and tablets.
The 19th century mathematician, Ada Lovelace was born on December 10, 1815 in England and was the daughter of the famous romantic poet Lord Byron. Her education was made at home and also by her mathematician mother Anne Isabelle Milbanke. After that Ada was educated by Augustus De Morgan, the first professor of mathematics at the University of London.
Ada who was popular for her first algorithm which processed by Charles Babbage’s Analytical Engine had firstly started her work in 1822 in astronomical and mathematical computations
Ada who associated with father of the computer, excellent in translation of the work in Engine and notes building included different methods of calculation with the Analytical Engine.
The first lady who imaged women role in technology died from uterine cancer at the young age of 36 on November 27, 1852 of uterine cancer.