Frances Allen, a computer scientist who became a pioneer in the world of computing for her work on compiler research, has died at 88. Allen was the first woman to win a Turing Award, considered one of the most prestigious prizes in science.
Thanks for sharing this. I hadn't read about
it in any tech news of late. Yet it seems like something that should have been publicized more widely, given the importance of her work and the new emphasis on diversity & inclusion in CS.