Kathleen Booth is a historical programming language created in 1947. Kathleen Booth née Britten (1922 –) wrote the first assembly language and designed the assembler and autocode for the first computer systems at Birkbeck College, University of London. She helped design three different machines including the ARC (Automatic Relay Calculator), SEC (Simple Electronic Computer), and APE(X)C.. Read more on Wikipedia...
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Last updated October 14th, 2019