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1 TIM 50 - Business Information Systems Lecture 3 Instructor: Terry Allen UC Santa Cruz 10/3/2011 Most slides and the better part of most other slides are by Professor John Musacchio 2 TIM 50 Instructor Terry Allen ([email protected]) Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday, 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. (as needed), And Tuesday, TBD Office# is also TBD TAs TBD Office Hours: Huascar Sanchez ([email protected]) Office Hour: Wednesday, 11:00 a.m. to noon, at Jack’s Lounge (for now) in Baskin Engineering Building 3 Outline For Today Class Announcements Review: IT History (DP Era) IT History rest Student Presentations Basic Concepts (O’Brien Ch1 of Reader 2) 4 Class announcements Presentations Send me the presentation & link to article the night before Include article details in the slides Wed 10/05: Wai Son Wong, Dave (News) The presentation list will be announced soon Add “TIM 50” to all email correspondence+topic Group preferences Names Companies Who wants to do the presentation 5 Class announcements Project Groups and Presentation Assignments will be out (on web site) Friday Due Today Homework 1: Resume and Cover letter Due Wednesday Project Preferences (send to TA) For next time read: Chapter 2 of O’Brien (Th: p.71-79 & T:p. 80-93) 6 Student Presentations April Nick
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2 7 Review: Three Eras of Computing Data Processing Era Micro Era Networking Era 8 Review: Data Processing Era Big companies introduce primitive computers, originally developed for military/scientific applications Architecture: Mainframe with time-shared terminals “No one ever got fired for buying IBM” 9 Build up to Micro Era 1974 Xerox PARC develops fist computer with a mouse. They don’t commercialize it! 1974 Altair PC for hobbyists 1975 Bill Gates and Paul Allen Found Microsoft 10 Build up to the Micro Era- Apple 1976 Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak & Ronald Wayne build Apple I in a garage! More a motherboard than a personal computer 1977 - Apple introduces a successful microcomputer: Apple II Became the market leader despite high price Replaced cassette tapes with floppy disk, Color graphics, Software 11 The Micro Era (1980-1995) 1981 IBM introduces its PC! Intel develops CPU
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