Ada Lovelace is considered the first programmer when she translated a journal called "The Analytical Machine" by Charles Babbage from French to English, and she created her own algorithm to be used by the Analytical Machine.
May 1, 1964
BASIC (Beginner's All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code) was a group of programming languages first created by John G. Kemeny. BASIC was used by math and science students in college.
A general purpose programming language, designed to be cross-platform between different operating systems. Still in use today, and is one of the most popular programming languages.
An extension of the C programming language, it has the same features of the regular C programming language, but with the added feature of "classes."
Originally made for the Raspberry Pi, a minicomputer, the Wolfram language is used for symbolic mathematics, and is used for the site Mathematica and the Unity game engine.
The basis of the internet, HTML is the code that builds websites. HTML allows computers to translate code into the visuals.
A cross platform, general purpose programming language, Python is usually recommended to beginner programmings wanting to learn object-based programming due to the syntax being symmetrical to the English grammar.
May 23, 1995
A general purpose programming language, it has a similar syntax to C and C++, and is designed to be simple and robust.
December 4, 1995
December 21, 1995
A Japanese programming language, it has features that are similar on other programming languages, allowing Ruby to be familiar in function.