Steve Jobs a famous Techies rare photos

Steve Jobs a famous Techies rare photos

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Steve Jobs a famous Techies rare photos. Steven Paul Jobs was an American entrepreneur and inventor, best known as the co-founder, chairman, and CEO of Apple Inc. He was born on February 24, 1955, San Francisco. His Parents were Paul Jobs, Clara Jobs, Joanne Carole Schieble, Abdulfattah John Jandali.  His education don on Homestead High School (1972), Reed College, Cupertino Junior High School, Monta Loma Elementary School. Steve and Laurene were married on March 18, 1991 in a brief ceremony at the Ahwahnee Hotel in Yosemite National Park. The officiant at their wedding was Kobin Chino Otogowa, a friend of Jobs and a Zen Buddhist monk. He had a successful married life. He had 4 Children named as Lisa Brennan-Jobs, Reed Jobs, Erin Siena Jobs, Eve Jobs.

Steve Jobs a famous Techies rare photos

Steve Jobs grew up

in a lower-middle class suburban neighborhood in the 1960s. When he was a young adult, in the early 1970s, he delved into eastern mysticism, Zen Buddhism, and hippie ideals. Then he started Apple and became a millionaire at 23, an icon of entrepreneurialism and capitalism. It is not hard to picture how big of a shock to his values this new status must have created. In his late 20s, while he was still single, Steve Jobs was not living the life of a typical young nouveau riche. He kept his peculiar food habits, staying a vegan and fasting for spa few weeks – although he sometimes allowed himself some fish and even meat once in a while. He worked really, really hard, and spent most of his waking hours at Apple — including weekends.

Steve Jobs had the reputation of a hot-tempered manager throughout his life. Steve Jobs was not your typical Silicon Valley CEO. Unlike most tech companies founders, he had neither any engineering experience nor any business training. Steve Jobs had a very hands-on approach to product design, which was arguably the favorite part of his job. This was also true of every software UI designer, who would quickly know what her über-boss thought of her work. In fact, product review sessions took up most of Steve Jobs’s workday. Steve Jobs had a unique talent for marketing in general, and advertising in particular. Just like his ability to anticipate the consumer’s needs and wants, he could guess which marketing messages would work, and which wouldn’t. hiring was actually one of his most important roles at Apple. Some famous examples of this are his trying to hire (or acquire) the Panic and the Dropbox teams. Steve Jobs became famous also because of his magnetic charisma and incredible showmanship, which he demonstrated at every Apple event. Everybody knows Steve Jobs was a master showman and a product visionary — but few people know he was also a very harsh businessman. Steve Jobs was often called the ultimate micro-manager. he once called Google executive Vic Gundotra on a Sunday morning to change the yellow gradient in the 10-pixel Google logo on the iPhone Map app. Steve Jobs was Pixar’s main investor for exactly twenty years, minus one week: he incorporated it on Feb 6, 1986, and sold it to Disney on Jan 24, 2006. However, his involvement with the company varied greatly throughout his life. He died on October 5, 2011, Palo Alto.  There is lot more to say about this legend…

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