Essay on Steve Jobs And Bill Gates

1088 Words Dec 11th, 2014 null Page
Steve Jobs and Bill Gates became two of the most influential, intuitive, and determined inventors of modern technology. Both men expressed an early love in the rapidly growing field of technology, mostly spending most of their focus on computers. Although the stories of their lives differ greatly, they share many things in common that soon paralleled them into establishing modern technology.
Steve Jobs was born on February 24, 1955, to Joanne Schieble, a speech therapist, and Abdulfattah Jandali, a Syrian political science professor. His biological parents later placed him for adoption, where he was soon found by Clara and Paul Jobs, who were an accountant, and a machinist and veteran of the Coast Guard, respectively. His biological parents later wed and gave birth to Mona Simpson; Jobs discovered insight of his biological family around the age of 27. Bill Gates was born on October 28, 1955, interestingly, eight months and four days after Steve Jobs birth; two great influential men were born the same year. He grew with his two sisters, Kristianne and Libby. Their father, William Gates was a law student and Mary Maxwell was an athletic, excelling student attending University of Washington. Unlike Jobs, Gates grew up with his biological family, who were very close and connected. The children of Gates were encouraged to be competitive and only strive for the best.
One point the two men had in common was their interesting connection to a family member with computers, which…

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