Programming Facts
Programming Facts

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Interesting facts about Programming

  • The first computer programmer was a female, named Ada Lovelace.
  • The first game was created in 1961. Fun facts are that it didn’t earn any money.
  • The first virus was created in 1983.
  • The first computer was actually a loom called the Jacquard loom, an automated, mechanical loom, which didn’t use any electricity.
  • The first high-level (very close to real English that we use to communicate) programming language was FORTRAN. invented in 1954 by IBM’s John Backus.
  • Computer programming is one of the fastest growing occupations currently
  • Majors related to computer programming are among the highest paying in colleges and universities A programming language is basically a language that allows a human being to communicate with a computer The lifestyle we live today with our tablets, and mobile phones wouldn’t be possible without computer programming.
  • Did you know how many total programming languages? – it’s 688.
  • Most people are intimidated by the thought of learning how to program, however as with anything, the more you practice and repeatedly do that task, the easier it gets.
  • Programmers funny facts are
    • Programmers will start the count from zero, not one.
    • The root is at the top of the tree.
    • Programmer says ‘=’ != ‘==’
    • The value of a ‘;’
    • Ctrl + C and Ctrl + V have saved more lives than Batman and Robin.
    • Programmers always looking for a girl who can code.
    • Programmers love to code day and night.
  • Did you know first computer bug was named due to a real bug as shown in below pic? Grace Hopper recorded the first computer ‘bug’ in the book as she was working for the MARK II computer.

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