NAME: Vhonani SURNAME: Mphoshomale GRADE: 12 SCHOOL: Sagewood School SUBJECT: Business Studies NAME OF PROJECT: Film review YEAR: 2015 TABLE OF CONTENTS: CONTENTS PAGES Review: a) Storyline and background (summary/plot) b) Review and critical analysis c) Conclusion 3 3 4 Checklist 4 Additional information (visuals, etc.) 5 Reference list 6 Storyline and background (summary and plot) The film (Jobs) is based on a true-life story of Steve Jobs who is a co-founder of apple Computers. Both Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak are co-founders of Apple Computers. A married couple, Clara and Paul Jobs, as an infant, adopted Steve. At a young age Jobs would work on electronics with his dad (Paul).
Additionally, I taught him Computer Science last year and am his Computer Science teacher this year, as well. A precocious student and a nascent computer scientist, Anushrav’s hallmarks are perspicacity, perseverance and single-minded focus. Although computers are introduced to the students in junior school, yet the Eleventh grade marks a transition to a much higher difficulty level from what is taught up to the middle school. I am proud to say that Anushrav seamlessly implemented object oriented programming using C++, which was an important teaching object. He also mastered open source software and became proficient in handling databases.
Steve Jobs, an American entrepreneur, business magnate, inventor, and industrial designer, offered a speech at Stanford University to recently graduated students. During his speech, Steve Jobs shares personal experiences, in which, he successfully uses emotional appeals to demonstrate why we must enjoy our life doing what we love. However, his argument that the only way you are going to succeed and feel satisfied is if you love your work makes his reliability questionable, therefore he ethically fails. During his story, Steve Jobs uses emotional appeals to give the audience a sense of calm and prosperity for the future letting them know that everything happens for a reason. Jobs explains how at his young age of 20, he began the company Apple, now one of the biggest companies in the US
Steve Jobs’ obsession didn’t end here, it even grew bigger. He soon founded a company which is Apple after various obstacles. It also connects with my father, who was also in situation similar to Steve Jobs. My father was obsessed with managing and engineering when he was in high school. He always tells himself that if you really want to achieve a goal, or to possess an ability, and it is certainly not born with you, you must get obsessed with it or else nothing comes in your way.
My interest in the Computer Science major at Carnegie Mellon was first piqued while I was in the Microsoft Student Partners Program, where I met a Technical Evangelist from Microsoft who graduated from the course. I had heard from him how the nation’s best graduates of Computer Science were often recruited from Carnegie Mellon. Naturally, this keen interest sparked off by my encounter with him did not just stop there as I am now sitting at my desk writing my CMU supplementary essays. As someone who has been trying to find myself within the tech sector in the future, Carnegie Mellon’s vast ties to the technology world only serve to underscore its appeal. When entering an industry that changes as rapidly as technology, the onus is on myself to ensure that I am up to date with
On one occasion , their argument clash until the boiling point where Allen banned Gates from the computer lab. Gates and Allen had their school computer privileges revoked for taking advantage of provided the computers. After their probation , they were allowed back in the computer lab when they offered to debug the program. During this time, Gates developed a payroll program for the computer company the boys hacked into and scheduling program for the school. Around 1970 , at the age 15 ,Bill Gates started a business and partnership with Paul Allen , they developed “Traf-o-Data, a computer program that monitored traffic patterns in Seattle and netted USD20,000 for their efforts.
However, Gates’ heart was not set on law school, so he dropped out and started working at a computer center. He met a friend at the company, Paul Allen, and started to code softwares for computers This was something he started first doing when he was 13 (Britannica online). While working with Allen, he came up with the slogan, “ A computer on every desk and in every home” (Gates). He started naming this plan Microsoft, because he
BRIEF INTRODUCTION OF THE COMPANY Dell is an American private owned multinational company based in Round Rock, Texas, United States. It was started in the year 1984 by Michael Dell. The original name of the company was PC’s Unlimited and it was named as Dell computers in 1987. At age 19, Michael Dell founded PC 's Limited with $1,000.Michael Dell first built and sold personal computers from his dorm room. Dell bought parts for wholesale, assembled them into clones of IBM computers, and sold them to customers who did not want to pay the higher prices charged by computer stores.
Being a government organization, ICFOSS mainly concentrates on developing open source project for various government's requirements. Here we made a software which does billing and also helped in avoiding the unnecessary wastage of water by analyzing the collected data using IOT. Within the limited time of one month, as beginners, we struggled a lot in its development, but our hard work finally paid off when we completed our project in the allotted one month time. Working with people who had great reputation from the software industry, like Mr. Satish Babu, (director of ICFOSS, still being an advisor for many software companies as a part of his work in the promotion of open source software), I learned how to think like industrial experts to generate great solutions for any problems. This internship motivated me to choose a career in software industry rather than
My interest in Computing goes back to the time I was at school. After Ordinary Level results came out, my parents bought me a computer as they promised. That was my first computer. I remember I tried to learn to use it myself. Other than school work I read about computing books and magazines.