Dr. Cert Essay

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Case Study Final

Dr. Vint Cerf:
Father of the Internet

Rebekah N. Diaz
Dr. Tannoury
December 28th, 2013

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Technology refers to, the making, usage, modification, and size of machines, tools, methods applied by an order when dealing with problems. It also applies to methods applied when improving an already existing solution and when performing a duty or achieving a goal. The superficial IT evolution can be said to be preceded by hand and print revolutions. All the things that one can now handle within a short spun of time just by the click of a button is quite different from the past. Systems like phones, computers and other electronic devices can carry out a bunch of work just by the click of the correct button
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This is the main network among many other networks on the internet. Diaz 3
Cerf evidently grew up in the city of Los Angeles. His performance in school was very excellent and the aptitude for math that he possessed was a thing to revere. His code of dressing was a show of a different and principled person, one who would emerge as the major force behind the emergence of the internet. His desire and passion for computers was evident in his sole life. He considered the computer as tool where one could program something and it produced exactly the desired results. This was the main reason why he decided to venture more into the discovery of the internet and how it directly linked with the computers.
Vint’s interest in computers started at an early age and grew up to attending Stanford and majored in mathematics. His interest is best brought out in his vivid description of computers as an unbelievable sandbox in which every grain of sand was under your control. (Cerf in Hafner & Lyon, 139). In 1965 up on graduating from Stanford, Vint went to work for IBM as a systems engineer, but later on he opted to return to school to further his knowledge and studies in computers. His enrolled in UCLA's computer science department and began pursuing his Ph.D. His thesis was founded on work he did on an ARPA-funded project for the "Super Computer"—a computer that was designed with the purpose of remotely monitoring the execution of programs on

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