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History of Computer Science

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corbin megley

on 23 February 2018

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Dennis Ritchie
He was born in New York, and moved New Jersey with his family when he was young.
He has been alive from the 9th of September 1941 to 12th of October 2011.
He was an american computer scientist that helped develop the Unix operating system and created the C programming language with the help of Ken Thompson.
He won the Turing Award from the ACM in 1983
Margaret Hamilton
She was born on August 17 1936 and is still alive to this day (81 Years old).
She was born in Poali Indiana and moved to Boston, Massachusetts, with the intention of doing graduate study in abstract mathematics at Brandeis University.
She is an American computer scientist, systems engineer, and the director of the Software Engineering Divisionof the MIT Instrumentation Laboratory, which developed on-board flight software for the Apollo space program.
History of computer science
By corbin Megley
Dennis Ritchie
Margaret Hamilton
Magaret created a term that is now used in a few different programming languages, known as software engineering.
she also created a program that has helped defend the skies from unwanted flights.
Dennis created the C progamming language which is used today as C++ and java.
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