Steve Jobs, iGenius Who Changed the World. Part 1
Little Kid with a Big Future – Steve Jobs
His products have become an everyday part of work of million people all over the world. His name is known by every little kid in the USA. Maybe you have never met him, but I think everyone knows that he will always be an incredible man that has truly changed the world.
Our team wants to introduce you an interesting and detailing series of 10 articles about Steve Jobs. We invite you for a little travel in Steve Jobs’ life, starting from early years to last days.
We want to show you that world lost more then just a man with ideas…
Steve Jobs was born on February 24, 1955, to Joanne Carole Schieble and Abdulfattah Jandali, who was a teacher of political science.
His mother was an American and his father was fromSyria. A few days after his birth, little Steve was put up for adoption.
The Family of Justin and Clara Jobs, living inMountain ViewinCalifornia, took Steve and named him Steven Paul.
His childhood house is on theLos Altos street. It’s a 3-bed room 2-bath house made in 1952. That was where Jobs stayed throughout his years as a child. It was also where Apple company was created (we will talk about this little later). Jobs wasted his young years in theSouthBayarea. Jobs childhood house has always been a tourist interest.
The place where he lived later on came to be called the Silicon Valley. He became a student of the Cupertino Junior High Schooland after then Homestead High Schoolin California. As most ofCaliforniateenagers, he took drugs and got into phone hacking. It was here that he visited his earliest electronics class and made friends with Bill Fernandez, who was similarly enthusiastic about electronics and technology.
Throughout the early years of his education and student life, Jobs went to after-school classes at the Hewlett-Packard Company in Paulo Alto. The company chose Jobs and there he got a chance to deal with Stephen Wozniak, who would in the future co-found Apple Computers with him.
After finishing his education in school, Jobs was accepted to the Reed Collegein Portland, Oregon. He dropped out from university but went on with his calligraphy courses. Those lessons would later help Jobs in developing several typefaces for Mac. This was maybe a typical example of the proven fact that nothing learned is ever lost!
Throughout the years he was studying calligraphy, nobody would have probably believed that calligraphy would make up the foundation of the font system in Mac. However it did. Steve Jobs had a dream to make it big; he had a goal to change technology and ways in which people use it. He believed in his ambitions and made them come true.
A short travel to Steve Jobs’ biography describes us the type of person he was.
A big person with a big dream.
So let’s find out how it came true.
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