Margaret Hamilton was MIT’s Director of the Software Engineering Division at the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory and is credited with popularizing the term Software Engineer! Via Real women of STEM
Margaret H. Hamilton is the founder and CEO of Hamilton Technologies, Inc. (HTI). She created the Universal Systems Language (USL) and its automation, the 001 Tool Suite; the mathematical theory upon which it is based, Development Before the Fact (DBTF); and has been responsible for many applications designed and developed with USL-001.
As Director of the Software Engineering Division at MIT’s Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Hamilton led the team that created the onboard flight software for NASA’s Apollo command modules and lunar landing vehicles.
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