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Harvard University - Cambridge, Massachusetts. In May 1952, Grace Hopper completes her work on the first compiler, computer software that forms an important link across the human language - binary language divide, enabling more efficient, less error prone computer programming.
 
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Harvard University - Cambridge, Massachusetts. In May 1952, Grace Hopper completes her work on the first compiler, computer software that forms an important link across the human language - binary language divide, enabling more efficient, less error prone computer programming.