Topics: Tip of the Week - Dr Laura

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I think Nole is a nice guy but I can't stand how he celebrates his wins (e.g., when he tore his shirt off after winning the US Open). He needs to act like he's been there before.

That was personal, r3. He was clearly pissed at Roddick for things he'd said about him. A personal tiff with Roddick 5 years ago should not be used to forever characterize Djokovic as an "ungracious winner". Djokovic has matured a lot since then.

I really miss tennisplayers like: McEnroe, Agassi, Becker,Ivanisevic,Rafter, etc. They are so politically correct nowadays, back then everyone had an opinion and wasn't afraid to speak out. Does anyone remember the feud between David Wheaton and Brad Gilbert or Richard Krajicek,calling the female players "fat pigs"?

Historically, women in computing have had an effect on the evolution of the industry, with some of the first programmers during the early 20th century being female. [1] In the 2000s, women have also had leadership roles in computer companies, such as Meg Whitman , President and Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Marissa Mayer , President and CEO of Yahoo! since July 2012 and previously a long-time executive, usability leader, and key spokesperson for Google.

Ada Lovelace was the first person to publish an algorithm intended to be executed by the first modern computer, the Analytical Engine created by Charles Babbage. Because of this, she is often regarded as the first computer programmer , [2] [3] [4] though this statement, as well as others about Ada's mathematical abilities and involvement with Babbage's project, has been criticized.

Grace Hopper was the first person to create a compiler for a programming language and one of the first programmers of the Mark I computer, an electro-mechanical computer based on Analytical Engine. The regularly working programmers of the ENIAC computer in 1944, were six female mathematicians; Marlyn Meltzer , Betty Holberton , Kathleen Antonelli , Ruth Teitelbaum , Jean Bartik , and Frances Spence. Adele Goldstine was one of the teachers and trainers of the six original programmers of the ENIAC computer. Adele died of cancer in 1964 at the age of 44.