Founders and Their Inventions

Founders and Their Inventions

Founders and Their Inventions

Founder of Apple Computers – Steve Jobs
Founder of Artificial Intelligence – John McCarthy
Founder of Bluetooth – Ericsson
Father of Computer – Charles Babbage
Father of ‘C’ Language – Dennis Ritchie
Father of ‘C++’ language – Bjarne Stroustrup
Founder of Email – Shiva Ayyadurai
Founder of Google – Larry Page and Sergey Brin
Founder of Internet – Vint Cerf
Father of ‘Java’- James Gosling
Father of JQuery – John Resig
Founder of Keyboard – Christoper Latham Sholes
Founder of Linux – Linus Torvalds
Founder of Microsoft – Bill Gates and Paul Allen
Founder of Mobile Phones – Martin Cooper
Founder of Mouse – Douglas Engelbart
Founders of Oracle – Ed Oates, Larry Ellison, Bob Miner
Founder of Php – Rasmus Lerdorf
Founder of USB – Ajay V.Bhatt
Founder of WWW – Tim Berners-Lee
Founder of Yahoo – Jurry Yang and David Filo


Computer Abbreviations List
   
A
AAL- ATM Adaption Layer
ACL- Access Control List
ADO- ActiveX Data Objects
ADSL-Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line
ADT- Abstract Data Type
ALGOL- Algorithmic Language
ALU- Arithmetic and Logical Unit
ANSI- American National Standard Institute
ARP- Address Resolution Protocol

Founders and Their Inventions

Founder of Apple Computers – Steve Jobs
Founder of Artificial Intelligence – John McCarthy
Founder of Bluetooth – Ericsson
Father of Computer – Charles Babbage
Father of ‘C’ Language – Dennis Ritchie
Father of ‘C++’ language – Bjarne Stroustrup
Founder of Email – Shiva Ayyadurai
Founder of Google – Larry Page and Sergey Brin
Founder of Internet – Vint Cerf
Father of ‘Java’- James Gosling
Father of JQuery – John Resig
Founder of Keyboard – Christoper Latham Sholes
Founder of Linux – Linus Torvalds
Founder of Microsoft – Bill Gates and Paul Allen
Founder of Mobile Phones – Martin Cooper
Founder of Mouse – Douglas Engelbart
Founders of Oracle – Ed Oates, Larry Ellison, Bob Miner
Founder of Php – Rasmus Lerdorf
Founder of USB – Ajay V.Bhatt
Founder of WWW – Tim Berners-Lee
Founder of Yahoo – Jurry Yang and David Filo


Computer Abbreviations List
   
A
AAL- ATM Adaption Layer
ACL- Access Control List
ADO- ActiveX Data Objects
ADSL-Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line
ADT- Abstract Data Type
ALGOL- Algorithmic Language
ALU- Arithmetic and Logical Unit
ANSI- American National Standard Institute
ARP- Address Resolution Protocol

 ARPA- Address and Routing Parameter Area
ARPA- Advanced Research Projects Agency
ARPANET- Advanced Research Projects Agency Network
AS- Access Server
ASCII- American Standard Code for Information Interchange
ASM- Algorithmic State Machine
ASP- Active Server Pages
ASP- Application Server Provider
AT- Access Time
AT- Active Terminology
ATM- Asynchronous Transfer Mode
AVC- Advanced Video Coding
AVI- Audio Video Interleaved
AWT- Abstract Window Toolkit
B
BAL- Basic Assembly Language
BASIC- Beginners All Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code
BCD- Binary Coded Decimal
BCNF- Boyce-codd Normal Form
BER- Bit Error Rate
BIN- Binary
BINAC- Binary Automatic Computer
BIOS- Basic Input Output System
BLOB- Binary Large Object
BNC- Bayonet Neill-Concelman
BPS- Bits per Second
C
CAD- Computer Aided Design
CAM- Computer Aided Manufacturing
CAT- Computer Aided Translation
CASE- Computer-Aided Software Engineering
CDMA- Code Division Multiple Access
CD-ROM- CD Read Only Memory
CIFS- Common Internet File System
CISC- Complex Instruction Set Computer
CLR- Common Language Runtime
CMOS- Complementary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor
COBOL- Common Business Oriented Language
COM- Component Object Model
CORBA- Common Object Request Broker Architecture
CPS- Characters per Second
CPU- Central Processing Unit
CRC- Cyclic Redundancy Check
D
DAC- Digital to Analog Converter
DAO- Data Access Objects
DAP- Directory access protocol
DBA- Data Base Administrator
DCCP- Datagram Congestion Control Protocol
DCL- Data Control Language
DCOM- Distributed Component Object Model
DDE- Dynamic Data Exchange
DES- Data Encryption Standard
DFD- Data Flow Diagram
DFS- Distributed File System
DHCP- Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
DHTML- Dynamic Hyper Text Markup Language
DMA- Direct Memory Access
DML- Data Manipulation Language
DNS- Domain Name System
DOM- Document Object Model
DoS- Denial of Service
DRAM- Dynamic Random Access Memory
DSDL- Document Schema Definition Languages
DSL- Digital Subscriber Line
DSL- Domain Specific Language
DVD- Digital Video Disc
DVD-ROM – DVD Read Only Memory
DVI- Digital Video Interface
DVR- Digital Video Recorder
E
EAI- Extensible Authentication Protocol
EBML- Extensible Binary Meta Language
EEPROM- Electronically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory
EFI- Extensible Firmware Interface
ELM- Electronic Mail
EOF- End of File
EOL- End of Line
EUC- Extended UNIX Code
EXT- Extended File System
F
FAP- FORTRAN Assembly Program
FAT- File Allocation Table
FAQ- Frequently Asked Questions
FDD- Floppy Disk Drive
FDDI- Fiber Distributed Data Interface
FDMA- Frequency Division Multiple Access
FEC- Forward Error Correction
FHS- File system Hierarchy Standard
FIFO- First in First out
FORTRAN- Formula Translation
FPS- Floating Point System
FSM- Finite State Machine
FTTP- Fiber to the Premises
FTP- File Transfer Protocol
FXP- File Exchange Protocol
G
GB- Giga Byte
GIF- Graphic Interchange Format
GIGO- Garbage in Garbage Out
GIMP- GNU Image Manipulation Program
GML- Geography Markup Language
GUI- Graphical User Interface
GWT- Google Web Toolkit
H
HBA- Host Bus Adaptor
HDD- Hard Disk Drive
HD DVD- High Definition DVD
HDL- Hardware Description Language
HID- Human Interface Device
HP- Hewlett-Packard
HPFS- High Performance File System
HTM- Hierarchical Temporal Memory
HTML- Hyper Text Markup language
HTTP- Hyper Text Transfer Protocol
Hz- Hertz
I
IC- Integrated Circuit
ICE- In circuit Emulator
ICMP- Internet Control Message Protocol
ICP- Internet Cache Protocol
IDE- Integrated Development Environment
IDL- Interface Definition Language
IEEE- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
IGRP- Integrated Gateway Routing Protocol
IL- Intermediate Language
IM- Instant Messenger
IMAP- Internet Message Access Protocol
IP- Internet Protocol
IPC- Inter Process Communication
IPL- Initial Program Load
IPP- Internet Printing Protocol
IPX- Internet Packet Exchange
ISA- Instruction Set Architecture
ISDN- Integrated Services Digital Network
ISO- International Organization for Standardization
ISP- Internet Service Provider
J
J2EE- Java 2 Enterprise Edition
J2SE- Java 2 standard Edition
JDBC- Java Database Connectivity
JDK- Java Development Kit
JFC- Java Foundation Classes
JMS- Java Message Service
JNDI- Java Naming and Directory Interface
JNI- Java Native Interface
JPEG- Joint Photographic Experts Group
JRE- Java Runtime Environment
JS- Java Script
JSP- Java Server Pages
JVM- Java Virtual Machine
K
KB- Kilo Byte
KHz- Kilo Hertz
KBPS- Kilo Bytes Per Second
L
LAN- Local Area Network
LCD- Liquid Crystal Display
LCR- Least Cost Routing
LED- Light Emitting Diode
LIFO- Last in First Out
LOC- Lines of Code
M
MAC- Media Access Control
MAN- Metropolitan Area Network
MANET- Mobile Ad-Hoc Network
MDA- Mail Delivery Agent
MIB- Management Information Base
MICR- Magnetic Ink Character Recognition
MIDI- Musical Instrument Digital Interface
MIMD- Multiple Instruction Multiple Data
MIMO- Multiple Input Multiple Output
MIPS- Million Instructions Per Second
MOSFET- Metal-Oxide Semi-conductor Field Effect Transistor
MPEG- Motion Pictures Expert Group
MTA- Mail Transfer Agent
MX- Mail Exchange
N
NACK- Negative Acknowledgement
NAT- Network Address Translation
NFS- Network File System
NOS- Network Operating System
NUMA- Non-Uniform Memory Access
NVR- Network Video Recorder
NVRAM- Non-Volatile Random Access Memory
O
OASIS- Organization for the advancement of Structured Information Standards
ODBC- Open Data Base Connectivity
OLAP- Online Analytical Processing
OLE- Object Linking and Embedding
OLTP- Online Transaction Processing
OOP- Object Oriented Programming
OPML- Outline Processor Markup Language
ORB- Object Request Broker
OSI- Open Systems Interconnection
P
PAN- Personal Area Network
PAP- Password Authentication Protocol
PDA- Personal Digital Assistant
PDF- Portable Document Format
PERL- Practical Extraction and Reporting Language
PHP- PHP-Hypertext Preprocessor
PPI- Pixels per Inch
PVR- Personal Video Recorder
Q
QA- Quality Assurance
QOS- Quality of Service
R
RAM- Random Access Memory
RDBMS- Relational Data Base Connectivity
RDM- Relational Data Model
RDS- Remote Data Service
RIP- Routing Information Protocol
RMI- Remote Method Invocationn
ROM- Read Only Memory
RPC- Remote Procedure Call
S
SaaS- Software as a Service
SAN- Storage Area Network
SAX- Simple Area for XML
SCADA- Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition
SCID- Source Code in Data Base
SDH- Synchronous Digital Hierarchy
SDK- Software Development Kit
SMS- Short Message Service
SMT- Simultaneous Multithreading
SNTP- Simple Network Time Protocol
SOA- Service-Oriented Architecture
SOAP- Simple Object Access Protocol
SPARC- Scalable Process Architecture
SQL- Structured Query Language
T
TCP- Transmission Control Protocol
TCP/IP- Transmission Control Protocol/ Internet Protocol
TDMA- Time Division Multiple Access
U
UDP- User Datagram Protocol
UHF- Ultra High Frequency
UI- User Interface
UML- Unified Modeling Language
UPS-Uninterruptible Power Supply
URL- Uniform Resource Locator
USB- Universal Serial Bus
V
VBA- Virtual Basic For Application
VBS- Visual Basic Script
VFS- Virtual File System
VHF- Very High Frequency
VLAN- Virtual Local Area Network
VLF- Very Low Frequency
VM- Virtual Machine
VoIP- Video over Internet Protocol
VPU- Virtual Processing Unit
VSAM- Virtual Storage Access Method
W
WAFS- Web Area File Services
WAN- Wide Area Network
WAP- Wireless Access Point
WiMAX- World Wide Interoperability for Microwave Access
WLAN- Wireless Local Area Network
WMV- Windows Media Video
WPA- Wi-Fi Protected Access
WWW- World Wide Web
X
XAML- Extensible Application Mark-up Language
XHTML-Extensible Hyper Text Mark-up Language
XSL- Extensible Style sheet Language
Z
ZIF- Zero Insertion Force
ZOI- Zero One Infinity