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Computer History

Timeline

Inventor Invention/Date
Blaise Pascal Pascaline. 1642
Gottfried Wilhelm Von Leibniz Stepped Reckoner in 1670.
Charles Babbage Analytical Engine-calculating machine in 1842.
Herman Hollerith tabulating machine in 1890.
John Atanasoff, Clifford Berry Atanasoff Berry computer in 1939.
Howard H. Aiken Mark 1 in 1944.
John Mauchly, J. Presper Eckert ENIAC in 1946.
Alan Turing Developed the idea of a turing machine in 30's and 40's and called it the enigma.
Jon Von Neuman He built EDVAC w/ Mauchly in 1947.
William Shockley, John Bardeen and Walter Brittain Transistor in 1947.
Grace Murray COBOL.1960
Jack Kilby the first integrated circuit in 1958.
William Gates III Microsoft in 1975.
Paul Allen Co-Founder of Microsoft.1975
Thomas Knoll and John Knoll Adobe Photoshop 1988.
Adam Fischer Peter Halascy and Peter Arvai Prezi-2008
Created by: shem batallones