Margaret Hamilton was the director of Software Engineering Division at MIT who wrote the code for Apollo Guide Computer (AGC) from scratch, this led to the first moon landing possible and spawned a new industry. I love writing about coding, hacking, open-source and cutting-edge technologies. If you have, you will be surprised to know that the producer of Assassin’s Creed is a programmer called Jade Raymond. While working at PARC, Goldberg developed Smalltalk-80, which developed the object-oriented approach of Simula 67 and introduced a programming environment of overlapping windows on graphics display screens. She taught herself how to copy games, and soon started reverse-engineering the console’s code to learn how the games worked. She is famed for inventing the Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) which is fundamental for network bridges. She began studying engineering in college but became interested in computer science instead.

Mayer worked for Google, she was the company’s twentieth employee and the first female engineer who helped in creating products for Google, such as Google Maps, Google News, and Gmail. Every woman is powerful enough to compete with men in different fields when it comes to work. We all have seen that 21st century has shown a drastic change in the fields of women.

She was born in Maryland in 1883. She was also in the Navy and worked on the Harvard Mark I computer programming staff. After college she began a teaching career but was eventually hired by IBM as a computer programmer. Why is it so important? She co-founded Convore, focused on real time chat in 2011. Despite the fact that so few women graduate in computer science compared to men, so women have challenged the stereotype and proved to be some of the greatest programmers the world has ever known. She popularized the idea of machine-independent programming languages, which led to the development of COBOL, an early high-level programming language still in use today.

#EachforEqual is the theme of the International Women’s Day 2020 and since this is a whole month dedicated for women, their achievements, and their movements to gain their rights, we decided to shed the lights on the top female programmers and coders in the world. She is the co-inventor of probabilistic encryption, which set up and achieved the gold standard for security for data encryption. She introduced the term “debugging” for fixing computer glitches and programming errors.

She then joined the U.S. Space Technology Laboratories where she worked on various projects such as the Apollo program. Developed at the MIT Instrumentation Laboratory for the Apollo 11 mission, the programmers literally had to start from … During the development of FORTRAN, She analyzed the flow of programs produced by other sections of the compiler. degrees in mathematics. Every woman is powerful enough to broaden perceptions, improve situations, and celebrate her own achievements. She was the inventor of the Clarke calculator, a graphical device that solved equations involving electrical currents and voltage.

Culver is a 2006 computer science graduate of the University of … She also created the first syntactic analyzer of arithmetic expressions. In every field out there, you will find at least one woman with outstanding achievements which you might have never heard about, or you will find a woman struggling to get paid equally like her male colleagues just for the fact that the world believes that specific fields are linked to men only. Only 18% of all computer science bachelor’s degrees in the United States are earned by women. was a founding member of multiple video game companies which include: Interplay Companies, Contraband Entertainment, Logicware, and Olde Skuul. She is also remembered as “Amazing Grace”. Eventually she decided she wanted to create technology for women and she launched Girl Tech a company that made toys for girls.