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Women who launched the computer age —Calkhoven, Laurie.

True story of six women who programmed the ENIAC computer as part of a secret WWII mission. They learned to program the computer without any software, instructions or tools (none existed.). -- Provided by publisher.

Margaret and the Moon : how Margaret Hamilton saved the first Lunar Landing —Robbins, Dean, 1957- author.

Margaret Hamilton loved numbers as a young girl. She knew how many miles it was to the moon (and how many back). She loved studying algebra and geometry and calculus and using math to solve problems in the outside world....

Space engineer and scientist Margaret Hamilton —Di Piazza, Domenica.

Margaret Hamilton wrote the computer software that helped humans land on the moon. Learn about Hamilton's fascinating career, including her role in the moon landing.-- Provided by publisher.

Jerry Yang : Chief Yahoo —Leavitt, Caroline.

"Jerry Yang and his friend David Filo started Yahoo! in a trailer at Stanford University. Before they knew it, Yahoo! was becoming one of the most popular websites on the planet." -- Back cover.

Google it! : a history of Google —Redding, Anna Crowley, author.

"Larry Page and Sergey Brin started out as two Stanford college students with a wild idea: They were going to organize the world's information. From that one deceptively simple goal, they created one of the most influent...

Marc Andreessen and the development of the Web browser —Tracy, Kathleen.

A biography of the computer programmer who, as a college student, developed the first graphical Internet browser, a user-friendly program to better access the World Wide Web.