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Women of ENIAC video

Two of the six women of ENIAC (Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer), Kathleen McNulty Mauchly Antonelli and Jean Jennings Bartik, discuss the ENIAC

Jean Bartik

Jean Bartik, one of the earliest women in technology, talks about her memories of breaking into the then new field of computer science and working on the ENIAC in the 1940's

Education of Jean Bartik

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Map of Jean Bartik and Influence

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Women in Technology International
Gentry County
Poughkeepsie
United States of America
Northwest Missouri State University
University of Pennsylvania
Computer History Museum

Awards of Jean Bartik

4 Awards & Honors Recieved By Jean Bartik Are Currently Recorded in Wikidata

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