Nicola Pellow with Tim Berners-Lee in their office at CERN in Switzerland
|Alma mater||Leicester Polytechnic|
|Known for||Line Mode Browser|
Nicola Pellow was a female member of the WWW Project at CERN, working with Tim Berners-Lee. She joined the project in November 1990, while an undergraduate math student enrolled in a sandwich course at Leicester Polytechnic (now De Montfort University). Pellow recalled having little experience with programming languages, "... apart from using a bit of Pascal and FORTRAN as part of my degree course."
Almost immediately after Berners-Lee completed the WorldWideWeb web browser for the NeXT platform, Pellow was tasked with creating a browser, after a quick lesson in C programming. She wrote a generic Line Mode Browser called WWW  that could run on non-NeXT systems. The WWW team ported the browser to a range of computers, from Unix to Microsoft DOS, so that anyone could access the web, which at that point consisted primarily of the CERN phone book.
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