Review of Book “Ada’s legacy” by Yishai Feldman
Yishai Feldman from IBM Research Haifa wrote a review of book “Ada””””””””””””””””s legacy” for the ACM Computing Reviews May 13, 2016 issue:
“Known as the first computer programmer, and popularized by the programming language named after her, who really was Augusta Ada, Countess of Lovelace, and what does she signify for us? Ada’s legacy, a collection of papers based on a 2013 conference, gives a number of answers from different points of view. …”
The full review can be found here
Note: a CORRECTION in the book has been made. See the comment below made by Tom Misa (a current ACM History Committee member and a former Committee Chair).