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[3] Overboard: Where the Apple People Go

[3] Overboard: Where the Apple People Go

[3] Overboard: Where the Apple people go

[1] Overboard: Where the Apple people go
[2] Outside onboard: Where people from Apple go
If among the persons mentioned in the previous articles of our series, most of you did not know, then this time people interested in Apple will have to recognize all or almost all. As usual, the sweetest things are saved for the end, so welcome to the final part of our trilogy.

Tony Fadell

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Tony Fadell served as Apple's vice president of iPod engineering after John No. 1 in 2004 left the company. He left Apple in 2008, and in 2010 he founded Nest Labs, which developed the so-called "self-learning thermostat".

Jeff Raskin


Jeff Raskin went down in history as the man who started the Macintosh project in 1979, and his ideas helped make the computer far more usable than the Apple II. Unfortunately, in February 2005, he died at the age of 61.

Steve Wozniak


The legendary Woz founded the company with Steve Jobs Apple April 1, 1976. This illustrious philanthropist founded a fund called the Electronic Frontier Foundation, sponsored the Museum of Technology, the Silicon Valley Ballet, and the children's Discovery Museum in San Jose. He currently holds the position of Lead Scientist at Fusion-io.

Andy Conditional


Today, Andy Conditional is the CEO of Android Inc. . and became famous as a person engaged in the development of the Google operating system of the same name. But not everyone knows that from 1989 to 1992 he managed to work at Apple as a production engineer.

Dave Morin


Today Dave Morin is the CEO of the social network Path, and from 2004 to 2006 he devoted Apple, working in the "design thinking and marketing training" division.

Alan Kay


Alan Kay previously worked at Xerox PARC, where the graphical user interface (GUI) that is still mainstream on desktop computers was born. He joined Apple in 1984 and in 2001 founded the Viewpoints Research Institute, a non-profit organization focused on improving education through technology. He also went down in history as the author of legendary aphorisms: “The best way to predict the future is to create it” and “If you are serious about software, then you should create your own hardware.”

Queen Rania


Queen Rania Al-Abdullah of Jordan worked at Apple's marketing division in Amman, Jordan's capital. In 1993, she attended a dinner hosted by Prince Abdullah II bin Al Hussein with an Apple colleague. There she met the future king and soon became his wife.

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Bill Campbell


William "Bill" Campbell is the chairman of the board of directors of Intuit Inc., and since the return of Steve Jobs to Apple in 1997, he has been a member of the board of directors of this company as well. Prior to that, he worked at Apple as VP of Marketing after being hired by John Scully. And he began his career as an American football coach at Columbia University.

Of course, if you remember the people who left Apple, its founder, Steve Jobs, comes to mind first. However, his tragic departure was not connected with his own desire, but with the will of nature. But in a sense, we can assume that he never left the company, since his spirit will forever remain in Cupertino.

Based on Forbes.com



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