1945 In 1945, Konrad Zuse began work on Plankalkul (Plan Calculus), the first algorithilamic programming Language.
1948 Claude Shannon's Mathematical Theory of communication showed engineer showed to code data so they could check for accuracy after transmission between computers.
1953 John Backus completed speed coding fare IBM's 701 computer.
1955 Herbert Simon and Allen Newell unveiled logic theorists soft wave that supplied rules of researching and prove symbolic thermos.
1956 The first operating system for the IBM 704 reflected the corporation o bob patewek of general monitors of owen mocis the American aviation called gm-1vaa vo. It allowed batch prop.
1956 At mit researchers become experimentations on direct keyboard input.
1957 A new language, FORTRAN (shot for formula translator) enable a computer to perform a repeative task from a single set of instructions by using loops.
1959 Emera, the electronic recording method of accounting, digitized checking for the Bank of America by creating a computer readable font.
1960 A team drawn from several computer manufacturers and the Pentagon developed COBOL, Common Business Oriented Language. Designed for business use, early COBOL efforts aimed for easy readability of computer programs and as much machine independence as possible. Designers hoped a COBOL program would run on any computer for which a compiler existed with only minimal modifications.