This Week in Business History- Episode 26
“Grace Hopper once said quote: “People have an enormous tendency to resist change. They love to say: we’ve always don’t it this way. I try to fight that.” End quote. Job well done Grace Hopper. And your endless fight inspires and uplifts armies and armies of change agents today.”
-Scott Luton, Host, This Week in Business History
In this episode of This Week in Business History, Scott W. Luton explores the tremendous impact and legacy that Grace Hopper had on the computer science & technology world. Beyond becoming one of the world’s first computer programmers, “Amazing Grace” built the world’s first compiler and was one of the earliest pioneers in the tech democratization movement.
Scott also welcomes a special guest to the studio in this episode: Brantley “Bannie Jones” Luton
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