Steve Jobs Biography

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Eric Munoz
J. Alicata
ITEC 1700
Steve Jobs
Steve Jobs might be one of the most creative and innovative inventors of our generation. His advances for Apple Inc. have put the company on top. With over 300, (313 to be exact) patents under his belt, there is no one that could beat him in our modern day.

Job’s was an American entrepreneur and inventor. You might know him as the Chief Executive Officer of Apple Inc., however he was also the chairman, and one of the co-founders. He was mostly recognized through Apple Inc. as the “charismatic” pioneer of the personal computer revolution and for his inspirational involvement in the consumer electronics and computer field. Also, unbeknownst to most, Jobs was also a co-founder and chief executive of Pixar Animation Studios and also, in 2006 when Disney bought out Pixar, became a part of the board of members of the Walt Disney Company.

Steve Jobs was born on February 24th, 1955 in San Francisco California, to Joanne Carole Schieble and Abdufalttah Jandali who were both unmarried at the time of his birth. The father, who had been teaching in Wisconsin during the time of Steve’s birth, put the child up for adoption because he said he had no because his girlfriend’s parents did not approve of their relationship. So, as a result, Jobs was put up for adoption at the time of birth and given away to Paul Reinhold Jobs and Clara Jobs. Paul Jobs had done work as a machinist for a company that manufactured lasers, and had made it a point to teach his son how to work with his hands a rudimentary electronics. Steve initially became interested in technical tinkering because his father showed him how to work on simple electronics such as radios and televisions in the family garage, and demonstrated to his son to take apart and rebuild them.

Jobs had graduated from his high school, Homestead High School in Cupertino California, in 1972. Jobs then enrolled at Reed College in Portland Oregon, which was an expensive...
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