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computer history


inventorinvention date
Blaise Pascal Pascaline- 1642
Gottfried Wilhelm Von Leibniz The stepped Reckoner- 1670
Charles Babbage Analytical Engine- 1842
Herman Hollerith Tabulating Machine- 1890
John Atanasoff Clifford Berry Atanasoff-Berry Computer- 1939
Mark 1 Automatic Sequence Controlled Calculator (A.S.C.C)-1944
Electronic Numerical Integration and Calculator (E.N.I.A.C)-1949
Alan Turing The Turing "The Enigma"-late 30's and 40's
Jon Von Neumann Electronic Discrete Variable Automatic Computer (E.D.V.A.C)-1947
William Shockley Transistor-1947
Grace Murray Hopper Common Business Oriented Language (C.O.B.O.L)-1959
Jack Kilby 1st hand held calculator-1958
William Gates III Founder of Microsoft Corporation-1975
Paul Allen Co-Founder of Microsoft Company-1975
Thomas Knoll John Knoll Adobe Photoshop-1988
Adam Somlai-Fischer Peter Halacsy Peter Arvai Prezi-2009
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