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Ada Lovelace • The First Coder
Albert Einstein • Theoretical Physicist
Archimedes • Mathematician • Inventor
Aristotle • Ancient Greek Philosopher
Blaise Pascal • Mathematician • Scientist • Philosopher
Bonaventura Cavalieri • Mathematician
Carl Gauss • Physicist, Mathematician, Astronomer
Ceclia Payne • Stellar Astronomer • Astrophysicist
Charles Darwin • The Science of Evolution
Chien-Shiung Wu • Particle Physicist
Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin • Biological Chemist
Ernest Rutherford • Nuclear Physicist
Euclid • The Father of Geometry
Galileo Galilei • The Father of Modern Science
Gregor Mendel • Botanist
Isaac Newton • Mathematician • Physics • Astronomy
James Clerk Maxwell • Physicist • Mathematician
Johannes Kepler • Astronomer • Mathematician
Leonard Fibonacci • Mathematician
Leonhard Euler • Mathematician
Lise Meitner • Nuclear Physicist
Louis Pasteur • Microbiologist • Chemist
Marie Curie • Physicist and Chemist
Michael Faraday • Chemist • Physicist
Nicolaus Copernicus • Astronomer
Pythagoras • Mathematician • Philosopher
Rachel Carson • Environmental Scientist
René Descartes • Philosopher & Mathematician
Rosalind Franklin • Chemist & Molecular Biologist
Sofia Kovalevskaya • Mathematician

With this app students learn about the life and contributions to mathematics and computing made by Ada Lovelace and her lifelong friend Charles Babbage.

With this app students learn about the life and contributions to mathematics and computing made by Ada Lovelace and her lifelong friend Charles Babbage. It discusses the Difference Engine that was invented by Babbage and the insight that Ada Lovelace had in seeing how the machine could be programmed.

Ada Lovelace was the daughter of the famous poet, Lord Byron. She was encouraged at an early age to study mathematics by her mother.

One of Ada Lovelace's most significant ideas is today known as the computer program. She showed that like the Jacquard loom, the Difference Engine could be programmed and used it to calculate tables of Bernoulli numbers.

With this app students learn about the significant contributions that Ada Lovelace made to further the development of computers. She was the first to show that a calculating machine could be programmed to perform different mathematical tasks with speed and accuracy.

Students will enjoy using this graphically illustrated, interactive learning tool. The timeline feature presents key events in the history of computers and tapping on timeline points brings up descriptions of each of the historical device and tells about its significance. A quiz function helps students demonstrate their comprehension of the reading material. Key computer concepts are shown in colorful illustrations. We hope this app will inspire students to study math and science. The app shows that Ada Lovelace certainly deserves the title 'The First Programmer'.

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Special features make using Ada Lovelace fun:

1. Tap buttons to learn about the major events in her life.

2. interesting facts are presented using colorful charts.

3. Tap the quiz or game buttons to practice what you've learned.

4. Read about some of the significant discoveries in mathematics and computing that Ada Lovelace made during her lifetime.

5. Sound effects make the interaction even more fun.

6. Available for iPad, Apple TV and MacOS devices.


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Available now for Apple TV

Bring the excitement of exploring concepts related to the history of computing and contributions of Ada Lovelace to your classroom or living room with the Apple TV version of the Ada Lovelace - The First Coder.