Barbara Liskov was one of the first American women to earn a doctorate in computer science in 1968. She went on to design several influential programming languages, including CLU, an important precursor to Java. She is one of fewer than 100 individuals to receive an A.M. Turing Award from the Association of Computing Machinery.
"...who you are defines how you build this is the entrepreneurial thought leaders series brought to you by stanford acorn on this episode we're joined by barbara lesko institute professor in mit's computer science and artificial intelligence laboratory and and mirror cope dancer lecture and a founding partner at floodgate barbara was one of the first american women to earn a doctorate in computer science and is one of the..."
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