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Computer History

Timeline

InventorInvention
Blaise Pascal invents the the "Pascaline", a mechanical adding machine
Gottfried Leibniz one of the founding fathers of calculus
Charles Babbage designs his first mechanical computer
Herman Hollerith invents a counting machine which increment mechanical counters
John Atanasoff invents ABC which uses binary number system used in computers today
Clifford Berry ASCC large scale automatic digital computer
John Mauchly works on ENIAC
J. Presper Eckert computer that solves mathematic faster
Alan Turning Turning machine The "Enigma"
Jon von Neumann built EDVAC and EDSAC
william shockley invented the Transistor
Grace Murray Hopper designed COBOL, programming language
Jack Kilby 1st hand held calculator
Wiliam Gates founder of microsoft
Paul Allen co founder of microsoft
Thomas Knoll and John knoll creators of adobe photoshop
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