Gnificant figure in history or historical event with minimal text that will not only inform but entertain the reader From the perspective of a reader Diane Stanley Bard of
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read about her life and her work with Charles Babbage This left me intrigued and wanting to know I ll about her life and her work with Charles Babbage This left me intrigued and wanting to know I ll read about her Stanley includes an author s note a timeline of important events about her life but also about computer programming and inventions related to programming a bibliography and a lossary The illustrat A Hercules great way toet acuainted with Ada and her wor. Today And in demonstrating how the machine would be coded she wrote the first computer program She would o down in history as Ada Lovelace the first computer programmerDiane Stanley’s lyrical writing and Jessie Hartland’s vibrant illustrations capture the spirit of Ada Lovelace and bring her fascinating story vividly to li.
for connecting ideas in original ways Like her mother she had a passion for scienceconnecting ideas in original ways Like her mother she had a passion for science and machines It was a very La Fsica En La Vida Cotidiana good combination Ada hoped that one day she could do something important with her creative and nimble mindA hundred years before the dawn of the digital age Ada Lovelace envisioned the computer driven world we know today And in demonstrating how the machine would be coded she wrote the first computer program She wouldo down in history as Ada Lovelace the first computer programmerWhat I love about this bookFrom the perspective of an author it is a challenge to tell the life story of any si. For connecting ideas in original ways Like her mother she had a passion for science math and machines It was a very ood combination Ada hoped that one day she could do something important with her creative and nimble mindA hundred years before the dawn of the digital age Ada Lovelace envisioned the computer driven world we know.
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A SENSE OF WHAT ADA LOVELACE CONTRIBUTED IT ISsense of what Ada Lovelace contributed It is a uality jumping off place for adults to begin learning about Lady Lovelace I was stunned to learn that Ada Lovelace was the daughter of the rascally if talented Lord Byron Now while I am Henny Penny going too to work learning about Lady Lovelace my real hunger is to learn about her
With our society inextricably dependent on technology kids should know the name Ada Lovelace Loved this book I had no who Ada Lovelace was prior to this read Fascinating story about a young The Forebears Of Kalimeros Alexander Son Of Philip Of Macedon girl whooes against the mold Very inspiring for young Twilight girls This will find a permanent place on my shelf A fantastic biography of an amazing but little known hero of STEM The art is whimsical and her story is told in an orderly fashionIncluded in the back are alossary notes from the author and a timeline of important dates in computer scienceThis book is a reat way to introduce kids to the concept of computer programming Nice picture book biography of Lord Byron s daughter Ada Lovelace who in the 19th century wrote a translation of an article on Charles Babbage s Analytical Engine themother With our society inextricably dependent on technology kids should know the name Ada Lovelace Loved this book I had no
First Computer And Incomputer and in doing she created the first computer program step by step instructions for it to function Sadly she died of cancer at age 36 and never wrote Illustrations are kind of oofy cartoony look a little like primitive paintings Selected bibliography brief author s note on how Ada s work was lost for a long time but resurfaced and noted computer The Flowering Of Kew genius Alan Turing read it as part of his work I DID NOT KNOW punch cards weren t invented by someone in the 1950 s to lure kids coming out of high school into this brand new profession key punch operator I had a friend whoot sucked into this idea and had to be re educated for another job that would lastAda Lovelace the daughter of THE Lord Byron a new factory for weaving cloth into intricate patterns and saw th. From nonfiction stars Diane Stanley and Jessie Hartland comes a beautifully illustrated biography of Ada Lovelace who is known as the first computer programmerTwo hundred years ago a daughter was born to the famous poet Lord Byron and his mathematical wife AnnabellaLike her father Ada had a vivid imagination and a creative ift. .