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Motto : Crede Biron (Trust Byron)
Augusta Ada Byron (1815-1852) was the daughter and heiress of Lord Byron (the poet) whom she never knew. Her mother (Lady Byron, née Anne Isabelle Milbanke) had a passion for mathematics herself and she made sure that it would be an important part of Ada's upbringing. Forcibly so, at times.
Ada was introduced by Mary Somerville to Charles Babbage on June 5, 1833. She then developped an intense interest in the mathematics of computation and is now regarded as the first computer programmer.
On 8 July 1835, Ada married William King-Noel, 8th Baron King (1805-1893). When her husband was created first Earl Lovelace in 1838, Ada Augusta King became Countess of Lovelace and started signing "A. A. Lovelace" (Augusta Ada Lovelace).
Ada is burried alongside her father (lord Byron) in St Mary Magdalene church, in Hucknall (close to the University of Nottingham). Both of them died at the age of 36 (video, 2015-10-13 by Brady Haran).
Women in Computer Science | Yale CS | MacTutor | Wikipedia | NNDBOn Dec. 10, 2012, Google commemorated Ada's 197-th Birthday with this logo :
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