Python Creator Is Computer History Museum 2018 Fellow

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Guido van Rossum is one of the three honorees who become Fellows of the Computer History Museum this year. His award is for the creation and evolution of the Python programming language and for leadership of its community.

Guido van Rossum is one of the three honorees who become Fellows of the Computer History Museum this year. His award is for the creation and evolution of the Python programming language and for leadership of its community.

The Fellow Awards were established in 1987 as part of the Computer History Museum’s vision to explore the computing revolution and its impact on the human experience. They:

honor exceptional men and women whose ideas have changed the world.

Grace Hopper, creator of Cobol, was the first ever recipient and the number of Fellow Awards has reached 80 this year. Other computer language creators honored include John Backus (Fortran) Dennis Richie and Ken Thompson (C) in 1997; John McCarthy (Lisp) in 1999; Niklaus Wirth (Pascal and Modula) in 2004; Tony Hoare (Algol) in 2006 and Bjarne Stroustrup for C++ in 2015.

Guido van Rossum (Python) joins the line up for 2018.

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