Dona Bailey

American video game programmer


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Dona Bailey is an American video game programmer and educator who, along with Ed Logg in 1981, developed Atari, Inc.'s arcade video game Centipede.Early life and education Dona Bailey was born in 1955 in Little Rock, Arkansas. She graduated high school early and started attending the University of Arkansas at Little Rock at the age of 16. She accelerated her education by taking classes year-round and in the summer, and by the age of 19, she graduated with a bachelor's degree in Psychology with three minors in English, Math and Biology. She continued her education further by earning a master's degree in Math.

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University of Arkansas at Little Rock
University of Arkansas at Little Rock

National public research university located in Little Rock, Arkansas

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#2894 World Rank
Computer Science

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