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This is the category of notable computer programmers. Some (but not all) computer scientists may also be notable programmers, and will be listed both here and in Category:Computer scientists.

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Computer graphics professionals

Computer programmers by nationality

Computer systems engineers

Fictional programmers

Free software programmers

Kernel programmers

Programmers who committed suicide

Video game programmers

  

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Aaron Seigo

Adam Goldstein (author)

Aleksandar Totic

Andrew Clausen

Andrew Troelsen

Andrey Ershov

Andy Hertzfeld

Aruna Kumari Galla

Bassel Khartabil

Bernard Greenberg

Bill Chen

Bill Schelter

Birger Møller-Pedersen

Bob Sabiston

Bob Truel

Brad Templeton

Bradley T. Hughes

Brendan Gregg

Brendan Q. Ferguson

Brian Kernighan

Bruce Ellis

Bruce Gilchrist

Bryan Cantrill

Bryan Garaventa

Charlie Crystle

Chris Toshok

Christien Rioux

Clay Johnson (technologist)

Clayton Walnum

Cleve Moler

Colin Simpson (author)

Damien Doligez

Dan Bricklin

Dan Maynes-Aminzade

Daniel Glazman

Danny Lange

Dave Cross

Dave Thomas (programmer)

David Kobia

David Megginson

David Moon

David Nelson (software developer)

David Yang

Dejan Ristanović

Developer program

Diomidis Spinellis

Earl Levine

Ehud Tenenbaum

Eric Bina

Eugene Nalimov

Fred Fish

Gabor Herman

Garry Kitchen

Gary Drescher

Gary Grossman

Gary Kimura

Gary Kremen

George Reese (computer programmer)

Gervase Markham (programmer)

Hal Prewitt

Harri Hursti

Harry Lewis Nelson

Hiroshi Ishii (computer scientist)

Ian Jackson

Ivan Kaspersky

James Holmes (programmer)

Jamie Fenton

Jarkko Oikarinen

Jason Spisak

Jean-Loup Gailly

Jeremy Ashkenas

Jim Buckmaster

Jim Butterfield

Jim Hugunin

Jim McQuillan (computer programmer)

John Black (cryptographer)

John Bridges (software developer)

John McAfee

John Ousterhout

John Resig

John Slegers

John Socha

John Walker (programmer)

Johnny Stenbäck

Jon Hall (programmer)

Jonathan Gay

Joseph Sgro

Justin Frankel

Kata (programming)

Ken Coar

Ken Pugh (computer programmer)

Kepler Engelbrecht

Khaled Mardam-Bey

Kirk Paul Lafler

Krishna Bharat

Li-Chen Wang

List of programmers

Lou Montulli

Luca Pagano

Luke Nosek

Mark Kriegsman

Mark Nemenman

Mark Nottingham

Mark Pelczarski

Marlin Eller

Matt Burch

Matt Lebofsky

Matthias Ettrich

Michael Kölling

Mike Krieger

Mike Muuss

Mike Neil

Mike Pinkerton

Monty Newborn

Myriam Joire

Naa Govindasamy

Narayanan Shivakumar

Nat Friedman

Olivier Danvy

Orkut Büyükkökten

P. J. Plauger

Patrick Awuah, Jr.

Patrick Buckland

Patrick Collison

Paul Brainerd

Paul Davis (programmer)

Paul Maritz

Pei-Yuan Wei

Peter Eastman (software engineer)

Peter van der Linden

Programmer

Quentin Stafford-Fraser

Rael Dornfest

Raghav Sood

Randall Hyde

Richard Kilmer

Rob Pike

Rob Savoye

Robert Griesemer

Robert Sayre

Robert Woodhead

Ron Dwight

Ross Williams (computer scientist)

Ryo Kawasaki

Sam Ruby

Sanjiva Weerawarana

Sarath Lakshman

Scott Draves

Scott Knaster

Scott R. Lemmon

Scott Yanoff

Sergey Aleynikov

Shahriar Manzoor

Shawn McKenzie

Simon Crosby

Simon Willison

Sir Dystic

Software developer

StankDawg

Stanley Cohen (physicist)

Steve Capps

Steve Litchfield

Stu Megan

Suril Shah

Tantek Çelik

The Coles

The Story of Mel

Theodore Ts'o

Tom Miller (computer programmer)

Tom Pepper

Tom Scott (entertainer)

Tony Tebby

Trevor Blackwell

Tristan Louis

Tyler Hinman

Walter Bright

Wang Yongmin

Why the lucky stiff

William A. Stein

William Hohri

Xavier Leroy

Xochi Birch

Zed Shaw

Zeituni Onyango

Éric Wenger


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449 news items

WBUR

WBUR
Mon, 06 Oct 2014 01:00:25 -0700

I took a trip to ground zero for today's computer revolution, Stanford University, and randomly asked over a dozen students if they knew who were the first computer programmers. Almost none knew. "I'm in computer science," says a slightly embarrassed ...

U-T San Diego

U-T San Diego
Sat, 11 Oct 2014 18:41:15 -0700

Sandra Lamantas (center) works with teammates Audrey Fonseca (left) and Julia Yang (right) at the 2014 International Women's Hackathon at Cal State San Marcos Saturday. — Photo by Justin Van Bibber ...

The Times-Picayune - NOLA.com

The Times-Picayune - NOLA.com
Tue, 14 Oct 2014 11:45:00 -0700

A panel of investors and investment fund representatives discusses angel investing for early stage businesses in New Orleans and the climate for startups at NOLATech Week on Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2014. Mark Waller, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune · Print.

Northern Ontario Business

Northern Ontario Business
Tue, 07 Oct 2014 07:03:45 -0700

Robert Patterson, vice-president of Sudbury-based mining software company Minalytix, says early support and office space from NORCAT helped the company get off the ground. After more than a decade working for information technology companies in the ...
 
Marietta Daily Journal
Thu, 25 Sep 2014 01:03:45 -0700

Lockheed Martin will put young computer programmers to the test in a competition set for Nov. 8. Code Quest will consist of 15 to 20 problems created by Lockheed Martin engineers and computer programmers. Teams of two to three students from area high ...

Fast Company

Fast Company
Mon, 20 Oct 2014 02:33:24 -0700

The world's first computer programmers, according to historian Nathan Ensmenger, author of The Computer Boys Take Over, were six women who ran one of the first electronic computers, an ENIAC machine, at the University of Pennsylvania in the early ...
 
Boston.com
Thu, 23 Oct 2014 12:55:54 -0700

Despite the myriad career opportunities, demand for trained computer programmers is not being met. Code.org, a site promoting the accessibility of computer science to all, reports that only 2.4 percent of college graduates majored in computer science, ...

Seven Days

Seven Days
Wed, 22 Oct 2014 07:08:13 -0700

Can't tell the difference between a coder and a maker? Don't know the first thing about FIRST robotics? Then this A to Z guide is for you. It's not comprehensive, but it'll help you get a handle on Vermont's evolving innovation ecosystem.
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