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The Ada programming language is named for English mathematician and computer programmer Augusta Ada King, Countess of Lovelace, now commonly known as Ada Lovelace. She is often described as the world's first computer programmer. On October 15, Ada Lovelace Day celebrates women in science, engineering, technology and mathematics. Wikimedia notes Ada Lovelace Day with an entry in the Wikimedia Blog profiling veteran English Wikipedia contributor Emily Temple-Wood, and with the promotion of this portrait of Ada Lovelace to featured picture on English Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons.