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Bill Gates – 1975 Bill Gates, born 1955 is the founder of Microsoft. With a passion for software and a natural ability for teaching, Bill Gates is the youngest person to ever become a billionaire. In their later school days, Bill and Paul ran classes to teach other students computer programming. In 1970 at the…

John Attanasoff – 1942 John Attanasoff born 1903, Invented his Version of the Computer. In 1939 Attanasoff began his construction of the ABC alongside Clifford Berry, an engineering student he hired to help. Unfortunately, some equations were failing and before they could resolve it, they were both sent off to fight in WW2. As a…

Steve Wozniak – 1976 Steve Wozniak born in 1950, was a Co-founder of the biggest global tech company, Apple. From a young boy, he had a growing passion for electronics and was further educated in this field. After meeting Ronald Wayne* through Steve Jobs in the early 1970’s, they planned together their venture in electronics….

Steve Jobs – 1955 Steve Jobs born in 1955 was one the co-founders of Apple. Apple is a technology company founded in 1976, now ranked the largest technology company in the world. Steve Jobs first taste of the industry was at HP where at 13 years old did a summer internship at the HP factory….

Tommy Flowers – 1944 Tommy Flowers, born in 1905 had a passion for machines and as a result studied an apprenticeship in mechanical engineering. Later he received his electrical engineering degree and began work at the British Post Office. In 1941, Flowers began work with Alan Turing’s machine at Bletchley Park. From this began design…

Hewlett & Packard – 1939 William Hewlett, born 1913 and Dave Packard, born 1912 founded ‘HP’ Hewlett Packard Enterprise in 1939. They invented the oscillator. A machine that could equally test the quality of sound equipment. Soon after, Walt Disney bought 8 oscillators. HP released an invention they are best known for today which, although…

Alan Turing – 1936 Alan Turing born 1912. Turing was educated at both Cambridge and Princeton which led him to write multiple papers on computer science. He invented the concept of the problem-solving machine that could execute simple sums, find square roots and solve sudoku puzzles. He later also designed his first concept of ‘Artificial…

William Barton Rogers – 1861/1865 William Barton Rogers born in 1804. As early as the 1840s he had wanted to create an educational environment to teach a high-level education of technology. Finally, in 1861 he founded Massachusetts Institute of Technology, better known as MIT and in 1865 it was open to students. Today, MIT hosts…

Charles Babbage & Ada Lovelace – 1837 Ada Lovelace born in 1815, studied mathematics and science in detail as wished by her mother so that she would avoid her father, Lord Byron’s passion and insanity for poetry. In 1843, while reading ‘Sketch of an Analytical Engine’ by Luigi Menabrea, she added notes, almost 2 ½…

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