It came up in a twitter feed I follow - however now I’ve checked on the NASA website the caption is misleading.
From the NASA website:
The caption they have under the photograph says “Margaret Hamilton stands next to a stack of Apollo Guidance Computer source code.”
The blurb on Hamilton herself:
“The very first contract NASA issued for the Apollo program (in August 1961) was with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to develop the guidance and navigation system for the Apollo spacecraft. Hamilton, a computer programmer, would wind up leading the Software Engineering Division of the MIT Instrumentation Laboratory (now Draper Labs). Computer science, as we now know it, was just coming into existence at the time. Hamilton led the team that developed the building blocks of software engineering – a term that she coined herself. Her systems approach to the Apollo software development and insistence on rigorous testing was critical to the success of Apollo. As she noted, “There was no second chance. We all knew that.””
No less impressive however - I should know better to check internet “facts” first