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Computer History

Timeline Notes

Blaise Pascal, June 19, 1642 - 1662 Pascaline 1642
Gottfried Willhelm von Leibniz July 1, 1646 - 1716 Germany Stepped Reckoner 1670
Charles Babbage 1792 - 1871 Analytical Engine - calculating machine 1842
Herman Hollerith 1860 - 1929 New York city Tabulating Machine 1890
John Atanasoff 1903 - 1995 Clifford Berry 1918 - 1963 Atanasoff - Berry Computer (ABC) 1939
Mark 1 The first computer 1944
John Mauchly 1907 - 1980 J. Prsper Eckert 1919 - 1995 ENIAC (Electric Numerical Integration and Calculator) 1949
Alan Turing 1912 - 1954 The "Enigma"
Jon von Neumann 1903 - 1957 EDVAC (Electronic Discrete Variable Automatic Coomputer 1947
Transistor 1947 William Shockley Jhon Bardeen Walter Brittain
Grace Murray Hooper 1906 - 1992 COBOL (Common Business Oriented Language)
Jake Killby 1923 - 2005 1st integrated Circuit 1958
William Gates 3 Oct. 28, 1955 Founder of Microsoft Corporation
Paul Allen Jan 21 1953 Co founder of Microsoft Coporation
Thomas Knoll 1962 John Knoll 1987 Software engineers Brothers
Peter Arvai Peter Halascy Adam Somlai Fisher Prezi 2009 CEO Co founder Co founder principle in Arts
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