Turing Award goes to it’s first woman!

Frances Allen, who has a grand legacy at IBM with her work in compilers was awarded the Turing Award this year. The award has been around since 1966. She’s the first woman who has ever gotten it. Very cool. Thanks to Carl Franklin for making sure I didn’t miss this!

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