Tech Timeline

Timeline created by cefranci
  • 1800

  • Holes in Cards

    Holes in cards, around 1810 a man named Jacquard Loom used punched cards to control what patter his loom made in a fabric. Then in the 1890s they used punched cards for a New York City census.
  • c. The analytical machine

    Made to read punch cards and print cards with numbers on them. Made in 1837 ran on a stem engine.
  • ENIAC

    Made for the military in 1942. Made to calculate artillery firing tablets. It was a thousand times faster than any calculator of its time.
  • e. Von Neumann architecture

    In 1945 he published a paper with is ideas in how a computer should function. It went, input to the control unit then to memory and the central arithmetical unit and then back to output.
  • UNIVAC

    The fist delivery of the UNIVAC was on March, 31st, 1950. It was close to one million dollars forty-six were made for the government and business use.
  • High-level programming language

    FORTRAN was the first high level programming language made by John Backus in 1954 for IBM. It is used for programming scientific and mathematic equations.
  • UNIX

    In 1969 the start with Dennis Ritchie and ken Thompson. In 1971 the first edition was published.
  • CRAY-1

    Fist super computer ever installed in Alamos National Library in 1972 for 8.8 million dollars.
  • Atari

    In 1972 the Atari was released. Pong was the post popular game.
  • PC

    The MITS Altair was the first 8080 microcomputer. January of 1975 it was issued a popular electronic mag.
  • Windows

    In 1975 Bill Gates and Paul Allen formed a partnership called windows. Windows 8 is the 12th windows product.
  • Apple

    April 1st, 1976 the first apple computer was released, the apple 1. Steve jobs and Steve Wozniak founded the company.
  • First Electronic Spreadsheet

    The firs electronic spreadsheet wan made by Daniel Bricklin, a student at Havard in 1978.
  • Macantoosh

    Macintosh started hiring in September of 1979. There first computer was made in 1980.
  • Today