Born on the 24th of February, 1955, Jobs was born. Jobs biological parents were graduates of Wisconsin who could not afford a child at the time, so jobs was put up for adoption. Jobs got adopted by a new father which was a machinist who worked at a laser manufacturer called spectra physics and a new mother who worked as an accountant. Jobs was a frequent victim of bullying as a child, which prompted his parents to move homes from Mountain view, California to Palo Alto, California, which is now known as the Silicon valley. Jobs was even an intelligent young man, at the age of 8, jobs had tested well in formal schooling, teachers and faculty would often ask for permission if he could be moved up to high school level courses, but the parents refused to do so. Steve’s father would often work with his son on mechanical and electrical projects to help bring out steve’s interest in those specific areas. When Steve was in high school he had been assigned a project which would help him continue on his path of fame and fortune. He needed to design and build a mechanical machine. Prior to this project, Jobs would attend lectures and public meetings at the Hewlett-Packard headquarters, a electronics company also known as HP, which was not far from his home in Palo Alto. For the project, Jobs contacted the owner of HP asking for advice and resourc...
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