Grace Hopper Printable Coloring Page Paper Doll with stand

$2.00


Item details

Digital download (2 PDF)

Materials

pdf, instructions, tips, pattern, digital

Grace Hopper was a computing genius, a scientist, a glass-ceiling breaker, a feminist, and an all-around badass. With this little paper mascot on your desk, you will be imbued with her indomitable spirit and never write a bad line of code again.

In the 1940s, Hopper found the first computer bug (which was an actual bug – a moth that got caught in a circuit relay). In the 1950s, she invented compiled programming languages, one of which was COBOL, and is still used today. She was on ‘60 Minutes’ and David Letterman.

Grace Hopper was one of the pioneers and leading architects of the modern computing era. Her energy and innovations have shaped the future of programming and inspired a generation to think critically about the cost of their “nanoseconds”.
Owing to the breadth of her accomplishments and her naval rank, the U.S. Navy destroyer USS Hopper (DDG-70) was named for her, as was the Cray XE6 “Hopper” supercomputer at NERSC.

She was brilliant and funny and had a beautiful vision of the future of computing. Make your own personal historical figure and make her do whatever you want. You print, color, and cut, and she's ready to supervise your development in about fifteen minutes. No special material or skill is needed. Buy once, and make many. Make a conga line if you want. Seriously addictive low-cost, low-tech entertainment.

GET IT NOW! Immediate gratification! There are two sheets, one blank design for you to color, and one that is pre-colored. Your digital download will include a sheet of tips and play ideas, plus the pattern. All the files are PDFs.

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