Computer People - F
Below is a listing of computer pioneers, inventors, and other people who have contributed to the computer industry that have a first or last name beginning with the letter 'F'. Clicking on any of the below links will open a biography for that person.
Italian physicist and engineer who helped design the first commercial microprocessor.
Category: CEO, Engineer, Founder, Physicist, and President
Computer scientist and author who helped with the creation of IBM Deep Blue chess machine.
Category: Grandmaster, Inventor, Scientist, and Writer
American computer scientist and pioneer of time-sharing operating systems that help inspire Unix and other operating system designs.
Category: Programmer, Scientist, and Writer
Founder of Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC).
Co-inventor of the first electronic books.
Category: Founder, Inventor, Twitter, and Writer
IBM engineer who invented magnetic stripe cards used for credit cards and identification badges.
Category: Engineer, Inventor, and Writer
American computer scientist and pioneer in the field of optimizing compilers.
Category: Female, Programmer, and Scientist
Scientist, statesman, jurist, author, orator, and Attorney General and Lord Chancellor of England.
Category: Scientist and Writer
Director of Hardware Design and Supply Chain at Facebook.
Category: Director and Manager
American engineer who specializes in developing computer network protocols.
Short biography of Fred Cohen who coined the term computer virus.
Software engineer and computer scientist known for managing the development of IBM's System/360.
Category: Engineer, Scientist, and Writer
British Engineer well known for his contributions to the development of Radar.
Category: Engineer and Inventor
Information technology pioneer who helped with the development of punched cards.
Finnish businessman and engineer known for founding Nokia.
Category: Engineer and Founder
Co-founder of The Pirate Bay and owner of the web host PRQ which hosted The Pirate Bay
Category: Founder and Personality
German computer scientist and professor known for Stack (data structure) that help developed programming languages ALGOL 58 and ALGOL 60.
Category: Coined, Professor, Programmer, Scientist, and Writer
Inventor of Flash Memory and recipient of the IEEE award.