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Computer scientist Jean Bartik [STEM trailblazer bios]by Reed, Jennifer 

BTSB Prebound(Lerner, 2017)

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Dewey: 5.1092/BAges: 8-11   
AR: 5.9 MG RC: 7.4 3-5 Lexile: 950 F&P: V

Subjects: Bartik, Jean ENIAC (Computer) Women computer programmers Computer programmers Women mathematicians Mathematicians


Summary: Jean Bartik was one of the first programmers of the Electronic Numeric Integrator and Computer (ENIAC). Learn how her love of math led her to work for the Army and then help develop the ENIAC.


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Google it : a history of Google by Redding, Anna Crowley 

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Dewey: 5.1092/NAges: 12-18   
AR: 6.5 MG Lexile: 870

Subjects: Brin, Sergey,|d1973- Page, Larry,|d1973- Google (Website) Google Computer programmers Telecommunications engineers Webmasters Businesspeople


Summary: The true story of Google, it's history, its innovations, and where it will take us next.


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757851
Margaret and the Moon : how Margaret Hamilton saved the first lunar landing by Robbins, Dean 

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Subjects: Hamilton, Margaret Heafield,|d1936- Project Apollo (U.S.) - History Computer software developers Computer programmers Women scientists Scientists Moon


Summary: Margaret Hamilton loved numbers as a young girl. Soon math led to MIT and then to helping NASA put a man on the moon!


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Space engineer and scientist Margaret Hamilton [STEM trailblazer bios]by Di Piazza, Domenica 

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Subjects: Hamilton, Margaret Heafield,|d1936- Project Apollo (U.S.) - History Computer software developers Computer programmers Women scientists Scientists Moon


Summary: 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.


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