In Pictures: ENIAC, world's first digital computer, turns 66

Massive machine was world's first large-scale electronic general-purpose digital computer ... here's a pictorial tribute

A significant part of ENIAC's history is the six women who programmed it. Their ballistics program used hundreds of wires and 3,000 switches. At the time they were not introduced, only to be seen in pictures. Rear, from left: Kathy Kleiman, Jean Bartik, Marlyn Meltzer, Kay Mauchly Antonelli. Front: Betty Holberton.

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  • Peter Rea

    We all wore suits and were middle aged already