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Lady Augusta Ada Lovelace

Here you’ll find pointers to books, information and other resources about
Lady Augusta Ada (Byron) Lovelace, including Ada Lovelace Day

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Ada Bicentennial — 2015

2015 is the bicentennial year of the birth of Augusta Ada Byron, Countess of Lovelace. She was born 10 December 1815. Several other websites highlight the bicentennial year as well as the life of Lady Ada Lovelace:
ACM Celebrates Bicentennials of Ada Lovelace and George Boole
Oxford Celebrates 200th Birthday of Ada Lovelace
Celebrating the 200th anniversary of computer visionary Ada Lovelace
Celebrating the 200th anniversary of computer visionary Ada Lovelace
Student scholarships available for Ada Lovelace Symposium
Who was Ada Lovelace?
Ada Lovelace at Wikipedia


1977 — Ada: Countess of Lovelace by Doris Langley Moore (London: John Murray)
1986 — The Calulating Passion of Ada Byron by Joan Baum (Archon Books)
1992 — Ada: The Enchantress of Numbers by Betty Alexandra Toole, Ed.D. (Mill Valley, CA: Strawberry Press)

Information on General Websites

Ada Byron Lovelace, Countess of Lovelace — on
Ada Lovelace — on Inventors
Ada Lovelace — on Women's History
Ada Lovelace — on
Ada Lovelace — on CreateQR.Net
Ada Lovelace — on Finding Ada: Bringing women in technology to the fore
Ada Lovelace — on LibraryThing
Ada Lovelace — on The Great Idea Finder
Ada Lovelace — on Wikipedia

Websites at Educational Institutions

Ada Byron, Countess of Lovelace — at the San Diego Supercomputer Center
Ada Byron King, Countess of Lovelace — at the Computer Science Department at Yale University
Ada Byron, Lady Lovelace — at Agnes Scott College
Augusta Ada Byron — at the Florida Institute of Technology Department of Computer Sciences
Augusta Ada King, countess of Lovelace — at the The MacTutor History of Mathematics archive in the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of St. Andrews Scotland

Ada Lovelace Day

Ada Lovelace Day — on Petrona

Last Update: 8 August 2016