She was the first computer programmer.
It is a quote by Ada Byron.
Ada was the daughter of George Byron, more commonly known as the poet Lord Byron.
the father of Ada Lovelace was the poet, Lord Byron.
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She was homeschooled by her mum and he name is augusat Ada lovelace .....
lord Byron (lord ma bruder)
It's Ada BYRON Lovelace - the daughter of Lord Byron, the poet. She worked with Charles Babbage to invent the first computer.
She was homeschooled
Ada Byron Lovelace was an English mathematician. She is most known for having created the first computer program that was used on Charles Babbage's, Analytic Engine.
Ada Byron Lovelace inherited the gift of intelligence of her father, Lord Byron. She was a brilliant mathematician, who along with Charles Babbage, worked to create the first programmable computer. Ada spent her life and did all of her work in England.
Yes, that's correct.
yes they were Byron Anne and Ralph
She did her work under the sea in a submarine
Ada Augusta Byron (Lady Lovelace) got the measles in 1829 when she was 14 years old and becomes an invalid for several years
she contribute the helping of charles babbage and invent computers
Ada Lovelace (1815-1852) was an English mathematician and writer chiefly known for her work on Charles Babbage's Analytical Engines. She wrote what is now recognized as the first algorithm intended to be processed by a machine, and is therefore considered the first programmer. She was born The Honourable Augusta Ada Byron to George Gordon Byron (6th Baron Byron) and Anne Isabella Milbanke (11th Baroness Wentworth). She married William King-Noel (1st Earl of Lovelace) and became Augusta Ada King (Countess of Lovelace), but is better known as Ada Lovelace.
Ada Lovelace was an English writer, with the original name of Augusta Ada Byron. She was born on December 10, 1815, and died on November 27, 1852, at the age of 36.
Augusta Ada King-Noel, Countess of Lovelace, was the only child of Lord Byron. She did have several illegitimate half brothers and sisters.
she was born in london,england and she was born 1815>.<
because she was great at math and science projects and on the computer.
She was home-schooled, tutor by governess's hired by her mother.
Apparently there were several illegitimate half-siblings, but she was the only legitimate child of the poet Lord Byron.
Ada Lovelace (aka Ada Byron) was the first known computer programmer. Ada began to write programs for Charles Babbage's idea for a mechanical computer. The computer did not physically exist at this point, but the programs were built primarily to show what could be done by such a machine at the time called the Analytical Engine (See related links below). Ada Lovelace was the daughter of Lord Byron, the famous English poet.