Full Name: Augusta Ada King, Countess of Lovelace
Born December 10, 1815 in London (United Kingdom)
Death: November 27, 1852 at age 36, London (United Kingdom)
Augusta Ada King, better known as Ada Lovelace, It was a British math. He described the analytical machine of Charles Babbage, is considered the first programmer, since he wrote the manipulation of symbols, according to the rules of a machine of Charles Babbage that had not yet been built.
He inferred and predicted the ability of computers to go beyond simple numbering, while others, including Babbage himself, focused solely on these capabilities.
His father was the famous poet Lord Byron.
He died at the age of 36 from uterine cancer. During her illness, Baroness Byron, her mother, took care of him and forced her to give up her materialistic ideas and become a believer, regretting her previous life. She was buried in the church of Santa Magdalena in Hucknall, Nottinghan, with her father, as she wished.