“Men were interested in building the hardware,” historian Walter Isaacson told NPR. “Doing the circuits, figuring out the machinery. And women were very good mathematicians back then.”
Women pioneered computer programming. Then men took their industry over.
Josh O’Connor

You can go all the way back to Charles Babbage and Ada Lovelace.

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