[SIGCIS-Members] Women of ENIAC Story

Brian Berg brianberg at gmail.com
Mon May 22 08:46:53 PDT 2017

Here is a Women of the ENIAC story.  I'd like to hear Thomas Haigh's
response to this story, particularly re: the Walter Isaacson NPR story
link as compared with his *ENIAC in Action <https://mitpress.mit.edu/ENIAC>*

A reminder that Thomas gave a wonderful talk about the Women programmers of
the ENIAC - and particularly about the "Other Women" who actually built the
ENIAC - for the IEEE Silicon Valley History Committee in March, whose
slides are here
whose video is here
Women pioneered computer programming. Then men took their industry over.
How “computer girls” gave way to tech bros
[image: Josh O’Connor]
Josh O’Connor <https://medium.com/@baradifi> in Timeline
5 min read
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