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Semiconductor Industry

When Steve Jobs looked back on his life he realized that he was lucky to find what he wanted to do with his life at a very young age and that he lived in the region where technology and the semiconductor industry was really taking off. When Jobs was just twenty-years old, he and his partner Steve Wozniak were trying to develop what would become an early version of the personal computer. It was difficult to find parts in those early days so he contacted Bill Hewlett, president and founder of Hewlett-Packard directly, asking him for parts. Hewlett was gracious enough to listen to the youngster and was impressed enough to arrange for him to get the parts he needed and to give him a summer job on the manufacturing line. Jobs was in heaven having the opportunity to become familiar with computer parts during that summer...

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