Dame Stephanie Shirley
Founded one of the UK's first software startups.
Researcher at Cambridge University who was among the earliest to use EDSAC (Electronic Delay Storage Automatic Calculator), the first 'practical' stored program computer inthe UK.
Programmer for the LEO (Lyons Electronic Office) - this was first computer used for commercial business applications.
Margaret Marrs was a senior computer operator for EDSAC (Electronic Delay Storage Automatic Calculator), the first 'practical' stored program computer in the UK.
One of the original operators of the Bombe at Bletchley Park.
Marta Kwiatkowska is currently Professor of Computing Systems and Fellow of Trinity College, University of Oxford.
Major Helen Carter
Used computers to catch spies in the Cold War using early computer databases.
Dr Helen Fry
Helen is a highly regarded historian who has written and edited over 25 books. Her works primarily cover the 20th century, especially World War II and espionage.
Joanna Chorley was part of the Women's Royal Naval Service – known as 'The Wrens'. She was posted to work on Colossus.
Michael Smith is the author of a number of books about Bletchley Park, including ‘The Secrets of Station X’, which explains precisely how Britain’s wartime codebreakers helped win the war.
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