Appreciate the role of women in tech with stories about Ada Lovelace, Jane McGonigal, and Raspberry pi.
Explore this issue of Core as contributors Ursula Martin (Oxford University), Marie Hicks (Illinois Institute of Technology), Dag Spicer (CHM), and Marguerite Gong Hancock (CHM) take a critical look at the significance and changing roles of women throughout computer history. Also highlighted in this issue is a remarkable, in-depth look at Cisco co-founder Sandy Lerner, featuring exclusive interviews from her Cisco co-workers and colleagues. And there’s more! Go behind the scenes of the Museum’s newest exhibit, Thinking Big: Ada, Countess of Lovelace; learn how the Cisco Archive is connecting Silicon Valley to history; get a first look at the Museum’s newest artifacts; and discover how CHM is empowering educators with Raspberry Pi. For more information, visit computerhistory.org.