Great Unsung Women of Computing
The Past, Present and Future of Women in STEM

Great Unsung Women of Computing - The Past, Present and Future of Women in STEM
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The Computers
The Computers features the extraordinary story of the ENIAC Programmers, six young women who programmed the world's first modern, programmable computer, ENIAC, as part of a secret WWII project. They…
The Coders
The Coders tells the story of two extraordinary women, Sarah Allen and Pavni Diwanji whose technologies revolutionized the Internet: Sarah co-invented Flash, the first multimedia platform supporting video, graphics, games…
The Future Makers
In The Future Makers, Andrea Colaco, a young MIT PhD, shares her dream of a world in which we interact with our smart devices using natural hand gestures, not static…

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