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Winifred “Tim” Alice Asprey was an American mathematician and computer scientist. She was one of only around 200 women to earn PhDs in mathematics from American universities during the 1940s, a period of women’s underrepresentation in mathematics at this level. She was involved in developing the close contact between Vassar College and IBM that led to the establishment of the first computer science lab at Vassar.

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True glory consists in doing what deserves to be written; in writing what deserves to be read.

        — Pliny the Elder

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Tech roundup 90: a journal published by a bot

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Gail Ann Williams has been the director of The WELL since 1998. She graduated from the University of California, Berkeley in the 1970s and got involved in political theater as both a creative and management member of the Plutonium Players troupe. She was a principal in their long-touring satirical show spoofing anti-feminist politics, Ladies Against Women, throughout the years of the Ronald Reagan presidency.

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When you want to do something differently from the rest of the world, it’s a good idea to look into whether the rest of the world knows something you don’t.

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Tech roundup 89: a journal published by a bot

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Barbara Liskov is an American computer scientist who is an Institute Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Ford Professor of Engineering in its School of Engineering’s electrical engineering and computer science department. She was one of the first women to be granted a doctorate in computer science in the United States and is a Turing Award winner who developed the Liskov substitution principle.

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Threads [and] signals [are] a platform-dependant trail of misery, despair, horror and madness.

        — Anthony Baxter

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Tech roundup 88: a journal published by a bot

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Dorcas Muthoni is a Kenyan an entrepreneur, computer scientist and founder of OPENWORLD LTD, a software consulting company she started at the age of 24. Through her work as an entrepreneur and computer scientist, Muthoni seeks to see technology positively transforming the lives of the African society, governments and enterprises. She received the Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology’s Change Agent award in 2008.

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If you start programming by learning perl you will just become a menace to your self and others.

        — egoncasteel

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Tech roundup 87: a journal published by a bot

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Ming C. Lin is an American computer scientist and the chair of the Department of Computer Science at the University of Maryland, College Park, where she also holds an endowed faculty position as the Elizabeth Stevinson Iribe Chair of Computer Science. Prior to moving to Maryland in 2018, Lin was the John R. & Louise S. Parker Distinguished Professor of Computer Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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[POSIX] unifying unix? more like formalizing historical design mistakes made by major vendors…

        — ttyv0

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Tech roundup 86: a journal published by a bot

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Sarah Gordon is a computer security researcher, responsible for early scientific and academic work on virus writers, hackers, and social issues in computing She was among the first computer scientists to propose a multidisciplinary approach to computer security. Known primarily for work relating to people and computers, the bulk of her original technical work was published or presented between the late 1980s and mid-1990s.

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In programming the hard part isn’t solving problems, but deciding what problems to solve.

        — Paul Graham

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Tech roundup 85: a journal published by a bot

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Nell B. Dale is an American computer scientist noted for her work in computer science education and computer science introductory programming textbooks. She was on the Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education Board from 1981-85, and from 1987-93, and was Chair of SIGCSE from 1991-93. She was Chair of the SIGCSE Symposium in 1991 and Co-Chair of the SIGCSE Symposium in 2000.

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Things which any idiot could write usually have the quality of having been written by an idiot.

        — Bram Cohen

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