Virtualization was invented in 1990, but it is still just beginning to realize its potential. Why? Because outdated storage architectures have held progress back. As Fusion-io Chief Scientist Steve Wozniak explains in this video, servers CPUs are becoming more powerful, but they can't get enough data to keep them busy.
Steve Wozniak, Speaking To The Denver Apple Pi Club In 1984, On College Pranks, Building The Apple I
AppleInsider was made aware of the video series by uploader Vince Patton, who said the footage comes from a VHS recording of a talk Wozniak gave on Oct. 4, 1984, to the Denver Apple Pi computer club. While the quality is not of the highest caliber, it is surprisingly watchable given its age.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak will be a keynote speaker at the 2013 commencement ceremony at UC Berkeley. Wozniak is a technology graduate of Berkeley, receiving a degree in electrical engineering and computer science in 1986.
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The co-founder of Apple squeezes a ton of opinions and information into a video that’s less than 5-minutes long, but that doesn’t mean it’s light on data. In this string of consciousness talk that he gave for UCTV, he makes some points and humorous quips, but he mentions on thing that was very profound.
Last year, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak gave Gizmodo readers some insight into the amazing contents of his travel backpack, and revealed that he needed a whopping seven containers to get through airport security.
On December 11, Steve Wozniak, the man behind the design of Apple’s first line of products and co-founder of Apple Computer, spoke to more than 800 VMUG members at the Kansas City User Conference.
Like most schools in Silicon Valley, Homestead High School – alma mater to Apple founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak -- offered students a plethora of elective classes to round out their mandatory curriculum. While autoshop and woodwork were both popular choices, one elective in particular sparked the creative interest in Cupertino’s kids, and that was John McCollum’s electronics class.
Classic video with Woz being interviewed by Merv Griffin. (1984).