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what are some famous programs made only by women?

i cant find anything about this on the web
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>>52487569
tindr
snapchat
facebook
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>>52487569
Mednafen

If trannies count, that is.
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>>52487569
>that old Bionicle piece
Let's talk about original Bionicle instead.
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>>52487771
Had one a long time ago. It got buried in my lego collections and havent seen the box for almost ten years now
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>>52487808
I Had 3 of the Originals and gave them away.
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>>52487569
child support
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openbox? I doubt it counts as famous, and being made only by women is an unreasonable question when talking about FOSS (which you should be, proprietary software is evil and no self-respecting woman would touch it)
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>>52487808
I still have a full set locked away in a box at my parent's house.
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>>52487569
Why would gender matter? Are you a sexist?
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>>52488043
Give 3 good reasons that being sexist doesn't make sense
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>>52488043
Why are you so defensive?
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good old times
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>>52487808
>>52487983
>>52488033
My grandparents have mine, except the one I got for Christmas.
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>>52488043
Why would it not? Are you a kike?
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>>52487569
Windows troubleshooter is probably made by a woman

>Have issue
>Hey let me look for the perfect solution™
>No solution found
>Want me to look again for the same solution?
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>>52488052
Disliking something because of who made it, even when you like the thing itself, is pretty dumb. But that's about it.
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>>52487808
had some of 1st gen and 2nd gen.
I actually think I had all the 1st gen since I remember building that super bionicle thing.
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>>52488158

Made by women would be more like this
>Open wifi troubleshooter
>There's nothing wrong
>Run troubleshooter again
>There's nothing wrong
>Close troubleshooter
>BSOD
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>>52488494
Oh I kek'd
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>>52488007
u n d e r r a t e d
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>>52488089
XDDDDD the jew meme is so funny amirite
JIDF detechted amirite guise :DDDD
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>>52487569
here's one 4chan helped kill
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the feminist depression game
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>>52487569

Wickr is made by women.
It has military-grade security
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>>52488045
Qalculate!'s logo is literally the woman logo. Also it's entire website is pink.
It's actually good though so I don't care. I'd probably respect feminism more if all of them showed this level of competency.
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OpenBox wm
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>>52487753
>If trannies count, that is.
Man, isn't this always the case?

I want to believe that it's possible for a cis woman under 30 who grew up in a western society to be the sole developer of, or at least make a significant programming contribution to, an open source hobby project that is not a web, tablet or phone app. I just can't find any evidence of it happening. It seems like every time I see a female name among the contributors of a project I like, they turn out to be trans, or they turn out to be some sort of community manager or something who doesn't actually do much programming. Every time.
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>>52487569
COBOL
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>>52487569

All I can really think of right now:

First Program
First Compiler
Apollo guidance(?) system

if EE counts then also:
C-64 Direct to TV
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>>52487569
>i cant find anything about this on the web
And you won't either.
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>>52488021
Well that explains all the XML in the config.
Fucking women can't do anything right.
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They have made virtually nothing. Stack overflow and github is 99% male. They consider programming more of an art job and wonder why they have only health jobs.
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>>52488759
That's a nice program.
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>>52488075
Man, I always wanted this kind of Lego Technic so bad when I was a kid.
Never got those bigger awesome sets though, cause it was way too expensive.

Lego Technic is really the eternal GOAT children's toy
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They made a language
C+=
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>>52488021
While you're installing gentoo, THIS guy walks into the club and sweeps your free software off the table! The girls snicker nervously as he tells you to keep that nerd shit at home, because they feel a bit sorry for you. "Do you even lift, bro?" he says in a condascending tone.

What is your response?
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>>52487569
Why do you care what gender they were made by? Isn't that a bit sexist?
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It's not famous but I like qalculate
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>>52490237
>What is your response?
wew lad
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>>52490237
"Of course I lift, ur mum's pretty heavy"
>proceed to get the shit beaten outta me
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>>52490237
I'd just like to interject for a moment. What you are referring to as bro, is in fact dude/bro.
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>>52490237
*it's a hologram*
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>>52488829
There haven't been decent women programmers since the 80's and very early 90's.
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>>52487569
Women are better at making support groups for each other which will lead to prejudicial hiring and women would take over software. Except it's not working that way because the ones that run and attend women only events are not the ones that can actually program
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Name one thing a woman has done that's worthwhile throughout history.
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>>52490930
Given birth
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>>52487569
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ada_Lovelace
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programming used to be "womens work" until like the 80s or something. a lot of the early stuff like COBOL was mainly made and led by women.
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Centipede written in assembley by Dona bailey
Curiosity from halt and catch fire:
That's the game that cameron plays the first time joe meets her
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>>52487771
got one for my 6th birthday and built it with my dad.

>good memories!
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>>52487593

this
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>>52491670
Nice, man. Did you ever get into the back story at all?
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qalculate is a pretty good calculator specialized on dealing with physical units, currencies and chemistry

comes as a command-line and GTK app

using it often for stuff like bandwidth calculations

(5 tebibyte) / (250 megabit/s) to hour
= approx. 48.867183 h


(500 Watt year) * (0.25 EUR / kWh) to USD
= approx. $1199.0792
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>>52492077
It even knows the units of primitive cultures (inch, ft, etc)
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>>52487569
Loose Women
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>>52487771
have any of you guys played the Mata Nui Online Game? It's an old bionicle point-and-click, and has some cool-ass lore.
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>>52487569
norton
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>>52488167
>what is voting with a wallet
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>>52487771
That's not Bionicle anon, that's Lego Technic.
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>>52488584
Didn't she suck several dicks to get it made for her though?
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>>52490626
haha that's good....
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>>52493435
Idk if any dick sucking occurred, but yes the game was made by a man, commissioned by a woman.
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>>52488167
This post reminds me of the Chic Fil A "boycott".
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B-but OP WomenTech(tm)(R)(C) is all around us.
>pic related

>>52488007
>jamesbonds of truth
kekd
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>>52490237
INSTALL GENTOO FAGGOT
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>>52488043
>gender
>>>/tumblr/

>>52488075
noice

>>52488158
>feminine-code™
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>>52487569
ITT Manchildren that will never get a girlfriend.
Enjoy lifelong solitude, kids
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>>52489951
>First Program
secretary
>First Compiler
at least 10 men can make that claim
>Apollo guidance(?) system
riiiight. huge team involved, so lolnewp.
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>>52493906
Will do.
Enjoy your predatory existence.
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>>52493906
Already banged over a dozen, friendo. Other points?
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>>52488829
https://github.com/elisehuard/game-in-haskell

idk if she's under 30 but there you go
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>>52492325
I played it a long time ago as a kid. It was buggy from what I remember.
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>>52492325
yeah! the first one was great! the second one bugged out on me:\
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>>52493851
fucking sexist piece of shit
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>>52493435
>>52488584
>>52493618

5 GUYS BURGERS AND FRIES.

I don't even know what happened, I just remember the shitposting everywhere.
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>>52494223
>Man-Hating
Well done.
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>>52493319
and you're moms my dick cleaner
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>>52487569
id tech engines.
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>>52494223
Were you thoroughly triggered?
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Not made "only by women", but Margaret Hamilton was director of software engineering at the MIT instrumentation laborartory. Here she's pictured with the source for the the on-board flight software used in the Apollo space program, for which she was leader developer.
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>>52494436
>Here she's pictured with the source
REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
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>>52487593
By women, not for women.
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>>52494450
This pic has been "debunked" a few times, basically those books are in fact printouts of the source code for the Apollo Guidance Computer.
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>>52491322
No it was just military only back them more so. Speaking of COBOL Rear Admiral Grace Hopper.
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>>52494500
..which she also worked on, while inventing many core concepts of asynchronous and reliable software design.
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>>52494508
>>52494500
It's not a printout of the source code, it's just a lot of output printout. There's literally no source code in there, just program output.

Also, she wasn't lead developer on it, she was just ONE of the software developers of the Apollo program.

God I hate it when feminists like you need to exaggerate the achievements of women in technology. You also often keep insisting that Grace Hopper developed the first compiler when she herself debunked that and pointed out that all she did was put the work of several of her (male) colleagues on a single paper tape.
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>>52494565
Indeed.
What I think OP's referring to is some skepticism that the books she's standing next to are actually printouts or logs from Apollo. The pic of her went viral a while ago and a lot of people raised that belief.
Eventually someone emailed Margaret for confirmation, and she said:
"In this picture, I am standing next to listings of the actual Apollo Guidance Computer (AGC) source code," "To clarify, there are no other kinds of printouts, like debugging printouts, or logs, or what have you, in the picture."
I don't have a source for the followup but basically someone also emailed one of the directors for NASA and asked if they knew anything about it and said something to the extent of "yeah, she's standing next to the source code."

In the last couple of years NASA released it as open source and you can actually download them here: http://www.ibiblio.org/apollo/links.html
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>>52494599
http://imgur.com/a/Dp23C
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>the primary author of Openbox went to my university
>but my university is shit
>Openbox a shit
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>>52488569
>woman
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>>52490586
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>>52494624
You really think that someone is going to remember exact details of what they did over 40 years later? The book that picture originally came from written just after the Apollo program had ended clearly stated that it was printout, not actual source code.
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>>52487569
Gonna get buried but a real answer for you:
The DOOM port to the Phillips CDI
Symbolics Concordia aka crazy advanced hypertext before the WWW.

Both single woman projects. Happy?
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>>52493906
>wanting a gf
normies out
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>>52494599
>God I hate it when feminists like you need to exaggerate [...]
Whereas you lying to minimise the achievements of women is just wonderful.

>literally no source code in there
Other posts have already pointed out that really is source code printouts.

>she wasn't lead developer on it
From a NASA press release:
https://www.hq.nasa.gov/alsj/a11/a11Hamilton.html

"Margaret Hamilton, leader of the team that developed the flight software for the agency's Apollo missions, has been granted a NASA Exceptional Space Act Award for her scientific and technical contributions."

"The concepts she and her team created became the building blocks for modern software engineering."

"Her concepts of asynchronous software, priority scheduling, end-to-end testing, and man-in-the-loop decision capability, such as priority displays, became the foundation for ultra-reliable software design."

But yeah, she was basically just a typist.
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>>52487771
This is now a Bionicle thread. They are robots, so it still counts as technology.
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>>52494722
>Whereas you lying to minimise the achievements of women is just wonderful.
Nope, just bringing people down to earth.

>Other posts have already pointed out that really is source code printouts.
Yes, based on her being asked about it over 40 years later. If you know anything about how memory works it's that several decades after something the details tend to get a big hazy. The book the picture came from, which was written just after the apollo program ended, actually states that it's program printout, not actual source code.

>From a NASA press release:
You do realize that press releases are written by PR people and PR people are literally paid to embellish things. You might as well get your facts from advertisement brochures.
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>>52494689
First of all
>Post source from 2 different programmers working on Apollo
>one of which explictly stating that binders in pic are specifically code sheet binders and not for storing log data
>lolno there's no way they would remember

Second off
>original point still ignored
Whether or not she's standing next to code in that pic (She is.), she was still a major part of the Apollo program, according to many different sources including NASA.

>Responsible for the Apollo (and Skylab) on board flight software while Director of the Software Engineering Division at Charles Stark Draper Laboratory (CSDL).
>While Director of Software Engineering at CSDL created and developed the mathematical theory based on empirical studies of the Apollo on board flight software which formed the earlier beginnings for the Development Before the Fact (DBTF) systems design and software development paradigm.
Source: NASA Office of Logic Design
http://klabs.org/home_page/hamilton.htm

>leader of the team that developed the flight software for the agency's Apollo missions
Sauce: link posted in >>52494722
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>>52494834
>You might as well get your facts from advertisement brochures.
Or from an anonymous user of a Taiwanese knitting pattern BBS who gives literally zero references.
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ITT butthurt men try to disprove evidence told by original source.
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>>52494236
For some reason, everybody was going apeshit because a white woman acted like a white woman.
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ggautoblocker

kek
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>>52494852
>one of which explictly stating that binders in pic are specifically code sheet binders and not for storing log data
Yes, because people ALWAYS follow rules and regulations TO THE LETTER and remember everything PERFECTLY well over 40 years later.

>Whether or not she's standing next to code in that pic (She is.), she was still a major part of the Apollo program, according to many different sources including NASA.
Not saying that she wasn't a major part, just that everything didn't hinge upon her and I already pointed out that you're referring to a press release when press releases, specially this long after the fact, are about as reliable as an advertisement brochure.

>>52494855
Feel free to be pissed off that your source isn't 100% reliable after all, but the threads about this when it was making the rounds on the internet did dig up that book which clearly stated that it was simulation printout and not source code. The reason why we got suspicious in the first place was that it was simply too much text for a single person, male or female, to produce within that time frame.
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>>52493851
But men are as vain and use social networks just as much as women.
Women are a lot more into topics such as art history and aesthetic which are really sofisticated topics.
It's only because of nerds like you that they don't get into (some) STEM fields as much as men.
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>>52495052
>The reason why we got suspicious in the first place was that it was simply too much text for a single person, male or female, to produce within that time frame.
She was a team leader, it was written by her and her team. Also look at the photos of the contents of those binders, it's pretty spaced out compared to printouts of a modern language.

The source saying she was a team leader is NASA. She was a team leader at NASA. That's about as reliable a source as you can get. What's your source that she wasn't the team leader? Do you have extensive citations for someone else leading that team?
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>>52495079
>Women are a lot more into topics such as art history and aesthetic which are really sofisticated topics.
Nigga are you serious?
This reminded me of a tweet of some girl saying "Reading Art of War, so insightful" or something along those lines.
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Roberta Williams' adventure games? Also a few other retro games.
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>>52487771
I had near enough every set. I have three of the new ones too.
Surprised nobody said >>>/toy/ yet to be honest
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>>52493906
Enjoy your delusions of what common women look for in a mate.
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>>52495155
>it was written by her and her team
Yet you people like you keep insisting that it was all code she had PERSONALLY written. This is the big problem people are having with the feminist bullshit around this picture and it's exactly what I mean when I talk about feminists exaggerating the achievements of otherwise successful women.
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>>52495708
>keep insisting that it was all code she had PERSONALLY written
Nope. I wrote:

> Not made "only by women", but Margaret Hamilton was director of software engineering at the MIT instrumentation laborartory.
> Here she's pictured with the source for the the on-board flight software used in the Apollo space program, for which she was lead developer.

You're fighting really poorly against an imagined version of your enemy. This is a big problem with mentally deficient misogynists.
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>>52494694
Not OP but am happy. Thank you for being cool bro.
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>>52495757
The thread is is LITERALLY one of "famous programs made ONLY by women" and that picture was being circulated very widely across the internet with the assertion that it was all her code not too long ago.

The most annoying thing with modern feminists is that if you disagree with them anything, no matter how small, they say they start asserting that you're literally Hitler or something. I've once had feminist insist that if I disagreed with his assertion that women should be paid more for the same job with the same qualifications, I was also against EVERYTHING feminists have achieved ever since getting women equal legal rights and the vote.
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>>52487593

>tindr
maybe dont know
>snapchat
guy autist whose now a billionaire dating orlando blooms model ex wife
>facebook
jew looking to make shekels off teh good goyim
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>>52492325
I remember that!
Where is it? Is it still hosted? Is there a mirror?
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>>52492077
>Tebibyte
Autism output is over limit it's gonna melt the whole thread; initiating SCRAM procedure
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>>52492077
so it does the exact same thing as botne^W google search has been able to do for a decade.
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>>52493319
Bionicle is under the lego Technic category.
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>>52487771
I loved the green bionicle, I still have the 'first generation'.
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>>52495873
Wait, are you disagreeing that women should be paid more than men for the same job, or that woman should be paid more than they are (with the assumption that they're being paid less than men)
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>>52495277
Go to any university that dictates art history retard.
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>>52496247
So?
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>>52496260
So you'll see for every man that studies art history there are 20 women.
99% of men in STEM fields are "aesthetically retarded" bronies and gamers. Manchilds, really.
Women tend to be more sofisticated in these fields.
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>>52496326
>getting an education makes you sophisticated
Ok.

>99% of men in STEM fields are "aesthetically retarded" bronies and gamers. Manchilds, really.
:^)
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debian
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Probably some period tracker app in nodejs
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>>52496361
Aesthetical sensibility is as important a form of intelligence as mathematical/logical intelligence.
You are being retarded (as in showing a limit in your understanding) when you speak your retarded anti-conceptual art left and right, for example.
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>>52496546
anti-conceptual-art opinion*
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>>52496546
>Aesthetical sensibility is as important a form of intelligence as mathematical/logical intelligence.
I never said it was not.

>when you speak your retarded anti-conceptual art opinion left and right
Nice assumption there.
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>>52496546
>I'll just keep insulting his intelligence, that'll prove my point harder

Seriously are you as retarded as you're trying to make him out to be?
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>>52496326
>99% of men in STEM fields are "aesthetically retarded" bronies and gamers. Manchilds, really.
Just another way of saying "anyone who isn't like me is a retard", which is just another form of "my tastes > your tastes". Or put more simply, "me > you".
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>>52494436
>tfw no nerdy super-genius gf
i just want irl lucca is that so much to ask
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>>52496586
this.

sjwcunt pls go and stay go
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Compilers were literally invented by a woman: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grace_Hopper
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>>52496204
The discussion was about wage gaps and he had to agree that wage gaps exist mostly because women go into different jobs, put in less hours and don't negotiate for wage as often or as well (which is why reddit banned wage negotiations). He still kept his stance that women should be paid just as much as men despite working different jobs, putting in less hours and not negotiating for pay as well and that the solution to this would be to simply pay women more than men for the same work with the same qualifications.

I wish this was just hyperbole or someone trolling, but the guy was dead serious and blocked me so that he could get the last word in and (in his mind at least) win the argument.
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>>52496691
Even Hopper herself has said that this honor doesn't belong to her as all she did was put the programs of a number of her (male) colleagues on one single roll of tape for the sake of convenience.
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>>52496567
Not what I was doing. That was just an example.

>>52496561
There is not a single MRA that is capable of understanding conceptual art because that would require an education that would make being an MRA impossible.
I'm a 100% sure you speak uneducated shit of conceptual art but whatever, that's not the point.
The point is that, for example, 99% of the times you've used the word pretentious was because you are aesthetically too dumb to grasp the piece of art at hand.

>>52496586
You'll just have to trust me on this one because there is no space in this thread on this board to have a sensible discussion on aesthetics.

The fact that you guys think aesthetics are just "my tastes" proves the fact that you're really ignorant of that field which in turn talks of a really high probabilitythat you don't have the right conceptual tools to not be dumb in that regard.
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>>52488602
Apparently not..
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>>52496754
>There is not a single MRA that is capable of understanding conceptual art because that would require an education that would make being an MRA impossible.
Amazing statistic, can you back it up with some research?

>The point is that, for example, 99% of the times you've used the word pretentious was because you are aesthetically too dumb to grasp the piece of art at hand.
IIRC the only thing I called pretentious was Bioshock Infinite :^)

>you are aesthetically too dumb
Well, let's say I am. So?
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>>52496754
Oh fuck, not this typical feminist "All MRA's are STOOPID" bullshit again...

Also
>Someone calls something pretentious
>Must mean that they don't understand it

Also, aesthetics ARE a matter of opinion and highly subjective. Same goes for art in general.

I just get the feeling you're one of those people who are pretentious-as-shit and when people call them out, they get really pissed and call everyone ignorant or something similar.
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>>52496754
Picture related
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>>52487569
women were the first to code bracelets
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>>52496827
>There is not a single MRA that is capable of understanding conceptual art because that would require an education that would make being an MRA impossible.
>Amazing statistic, can you back it up with some research?

Would there be any need? All MRAs are gamers on the internet. There is not a single academically respected MRA nor a serious academically accepted paper on the subject. You're free to prove me wrong.

>you are aesthetically too dumb
>Well, let's say I am. So?

Where I'm trying to get to is that women aren't dumber than men (as in are vain monsters that spend their whole days taking selfies and tweeting stuff) and that they're as capable as men to get into STEM fields. There are just social factors (like hte existence of MRAs) that prevent them from getting there and that make them veer towards other fields where they excel.
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>>52496833
Just google aesthetics.
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>>52496705
That doesn't even make sense. Usually the argument begins because a low of people don't understand that when people say "75c to a man's $1" or whatever else, that across all jobs and all industries, and while there is likely still some disparity in a lot of cases when it comes down to individual jobs it's not nearly as dramatic or prevalent as people believe.

But to admit that the wage gap exists due to a difference in job, qualification and other factors, but still argue that women should make as much, that's just illogical.
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>>52497089
>MRAs
>prevent them from getting there
Ok.
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>>52488897
I'm pretty sure not a single woman had anything to do with cobol. Probably no woman knew what cobol was until the 80s
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>>52497089
>mras are big stupidheads who play video games and have never done anything of note
> but they're the ones holding women back

You literally have Down's Syndrome.
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>>52495079
>Women are a lot more into topics such as art history and aesthetic

and yet they suck at that too lol.
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>>52497309

Not from positions of power. Just by being there.

>>52497132

Would you enter the KKK hockey club if you were black?
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>>52497487
>Would you enter the KKK hockey club if you were black?
MRAs literally hang women from trees.
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>>52497508

So unless you hang people from trees you're not discouraging them from hanging and studying around you?
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>>52497556
Are you a woman in STEM?
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>>52497447
You don't know what you're talking about.
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>>52497556
kill urself :)
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>>52497596
I do senpai.

women get disproportionately less for their artwork than men.
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>>52497556
Discrimination is okay against acceptable targets. Get out of my safe space white boy.
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>>52488021
> women
> self-respecting

Topkek. Proprietary software is made for women because they refuse to actually work on anything and want to just be given things.

That's why women are underrepresented in the FOSS community - none of them want to actually learn to code but they seem to think that's something men did when short of cutting off your internet there is literally nothing any of them can do to stop you.
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>>52494799
wish I had a robot.
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>>52495079
> because of nerds like you
> I don't like having to work with unattractive men who are more interested in their work than me or who will orbit me and heap praise and free assistance on me so I won't enter stem

Nobody is trying to make women not enter STEM. Women are refusing to enter because

A. They don't want to work hard and

B. They don't want to deal with beta nerds, which isn't even that big an issue because in a professional environment they're generally forced to maintain some level of hygiene and decency.

Software is not a fucking boys club, it's a club you have to work to enter, and boys are the only ones willing to do that work and women don't want to be associated with those sorts of people.
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>>52496754
> Aesthetics
> Technology

I'm confused.
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