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Awesome Sauce Music Friday! Ada Lovelace Edition

I don’t know if you’ve heard, but today is Ada Lovelace Day. Ada Lovelace is considered to be the first computer programmer, and this is a day to celebrate all women in STEM professions. Really, every day is Ada Lovelace Day here at Teen Skepchick, but I’m going to use the day an excuse to post two songs about this pioneering woman in tech.

The first song is from the Australian electro-whatever band The Crystalline Effect. The song is called “Ada Makes the Machines Sing.” I’m not a huge fan of electronica, but this is pretty catchy.

The second song is simply titled “Ada Lovelace,” from the German group Erste Stufe Haifisch (translated into English as First Stage Shark). It’s pretty weird, in a punk-ish sort of way. No video for this one, but the link to the song can be found just below this sentence.

Ada Lovelace

Happy Ada Lovelace Day, everyone, and have a great weekend!

Featured image credit: Wikimedia Commons

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