Alan Turing and Tim Burners-Lee
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Alan Turing was a mathmatician and a computer scientist, he was very influential in the development of computer science. He is said to be the father of computer science. During World War II, Alan turing worked for the goverment at a codebreaking centre. He designed a number of ways to crack German naval codes. After the war he worked at a labratory where he created one of the first design of a stored program computer. After this he worked at Manchester university where he helped people to create the "Manchester Computers", then he became interested in mathmatical biology.
Tim Burners-Lee is a computer scientist and is the creater of the world wide web. He spoke at olympics 2012. In 2004, Tim was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II for his pioneering work. He was honoured as the inventer of the world wide web during the 2012 olympic games opening ceremony, in which he appeared in person.