. Jean Bartik was one of those who helped develop the first programs.
George began his career with the pioneers of computing and worked with the inventors of the digital age; (John Mauchly, Presper Eckert
, and Admiral Grace Hopper).
, an electrical engineer, and John Mauchly, a physicist, who built the first allelectronic computer.
One without electronic computers, the brainchild of a slew of Americans, from Presper Eckert
to Steve Jobs.
His partner, the engineering ramrod for the Eniac project, John Presper Eckert
, once explained that Mauchly's "goal was to forecast the weather, and it was only incidental that he found out there was just no computing machine that existed that would handle all this voluminous stuff."
, a fellow graduate student and lab instructor.
They worked with an assistant, Moore's brightest graduate student, John Presper Eckert
. It was designed to calculate artillery trajectories.
, Jr., and the first such computer built for commercial purposes, was dedicated and demonstrated in Philadelphia, Pa.
and John Mauchly, co-inventors of ENIAC, the first general-purpose electronic computer.