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Meet the Unsung Female Programmer Behind Atari’s Centipede

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Published on May 26, 2015

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Dona Bailey was the software developer and programmer behind Atari's 1982 shoot' em up game Centipede, and although her name might not immediately ring a bell, her impact on video game culture has. In this episode of "Hello World" Motherboard heads to Arkansas to speak to Bailey about being a video game pioneer and how she came to develop one of the most well known and formative games in history.

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