Women in live-coding HISTORY


I am writing an academic paper about women in live-coding, of course there is MAANY, but!!! The computer (science in general) history does not recognize women a lot in general, and I know that there might be soo many amazing live-coding women from the very early 80’s who were working for example with PowerBooks_unPlugged, The Hub, etc. and these are the women I am really really looking for and I cannot seem to find anything.

I know about Laurie Spiegel and her Music Mouse, but are there any woman from the beginnings of this Hub/Powerbooks era, you would know about?

Thank you very much!

Amy Alexander was an OG toplap.

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