By Chandra Steele (Writer, PCMag) International Women's Day is not a day to drag out the familiar (and all-too-true) lament about the dearth of women in technology or debate the merits of computer scientist Barbie.
At PCMag, we're celebrating women who have improved the world through technology. Some of the first technological achievements are directly attributable to women. The title of world's first computer programmer goes to Ada Lovelace, daughter of the poet Lord Byron, whose notes on Charles Babbage's analytical engine are recognized as the first algorithm for processing on a machine. » Read the full article on PC Mag.