Programming Languages: History and Fundamentals (Automatic In , Jean Sammet was a programming language technology manager for the Federal. Jean Sammet: Programming Language. Contributor and Historian, and. ACM President. Thomas J. (Tim) Bergin. American University. Editor: Thomas Haigh. Jean E. Sammet, History of IBM’s technical contributions to high level programming languages, IBM Journal of Research and Development, v n.5, p.
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Sammet Image from Mt. This forced Sammet to seek other types of employment. I was star struck! Around orSammet noticed a need for the exchange of intellectual information with others working with languages and software while she worked on FORMAC. But soon Sammet was working at Sperry Corporation, a long-standing electronics company that was first founded in Brooklyn in She has given numerous lectures and talks on the subjects of nonnumerical mathematics, symbolic computation, and programming languages general, specific, and historical.
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Despite the fact that Adelphi did not have a computer and few textbooks on programming existed at the time, Sammet was able to instruct two courses for two years. She received her B. In she became the divisional program manager for Ada, with responsibility for coordinating the strategy and actions for IBM’s Federal Systems Division to start the use of Ada.
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History and Fundamentals was published by Prentice-Hall and has been described by others as “the standard work on programming languages” and an “instant computer classic. Breaking My Cluster,1 Day at a Time. programmiing
She minored in political science. Inshe became programming language technology manager in the IBM systems development division and later led IBM’s work on the Ada programming language. From August to September she served as chairman prrogramming the ACM Committee on Special Interest Groups and Committees, responsible for coordinating activities of 26 technical committees organized by the members.
University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign M. July 2, 0. She left her position at the insurance office and enrolled at Columbia University to pursue a Ph. From to she served as programming technology planning manager for the Federal Systems Division and in as software technology manager. Sammet faced resistance from the interest group on numerical analysis in ACM. In she became software technology manager for FSD; in jfan capacity she continued her general and Ada language responsibilities and also managed a department to assess and programmint on software technology for the division.
Her files have been characterized by two museums as the best in the world for that subject.
She covers the stories that inspire people to strive for jeqn better and meaningful life. As a result, I created important files and documents of my own and became concerned with having other people publish material on their important work so the facts rather that the myths would be known publicly. She holds a B. She has published over 50 papers on these subjects.
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While taking courses toward a Ph. Sammet was employed by Sperry Gyroscope from to where she supervised the first scientific programming group. She also has other files of historical, computer-related material. Solving Data Portability with Kubernetes: Chef Open Source Community: Retrieved June 11, Retrieved July 16, As a result I created important programminng and documents of my own, and became concerned with having other people publish material on their important work so the facts rather that the myths would be known publicly.
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She served as conference and program chairman for the very successful Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Manipulation, held in March In Sammet began looking for a position in education. Prior to that time she was involved in numerous ACM activities: Electronic ComputersVol. She was a key member of the group which first developed Cobol inserving as chairman of the Statement Language Task Group and the Editing Committee.
FORMAC was the first widely used general language and system for manipulating nonnumeric algebraic expressions. Jean and her sister Helen were born to Harry and Ruth Sammet who were both lawyers. Our best reads of Sammet had a strong interest in mathematics but was unable to attend the Bronx High School of Science because it did not accept girls. languaged
In early JanuarySammet began her life as a programmer. Retrieved July 19,