"On This Date in History" Calendar
1947: Grace Hopper & the First Computer "Bug"
Always ready to pioneer new methods of problem-solving, Captain Grace M. Hopper made history on September 9, 1947, by removing the first computer bug. It was a moth that got into the relay calculator and was the first actual case of a bug being found.
Afterward, the operators coined the phrase that they have “debugged the computer.” Of course anyone with a computer science background probably knows that story.
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