Andy Hertzfeld Early Apple

Steve Jobs, Andy Hertzfeld and Bill Atkinson at the iPhone Launch in Palo Alto, 29 Jun 2007
Steve Jobs, Andy Hertzfeld and Bill Atkinson at the iPhone Launch in Palo Alto, 29 Jun 2007

Name
Andy Hertzfeld
Life
born 1953 (age 67 or 68)
Relationship to Steve
Colleague
Short Bio

Andy Hertzfeld was one of the first programmers that Jobs recruited on the Mac team. A self-titled 'software wizard', Hertzfeld played a critical role in the designing of the Mac OS, especially the Finder. He left Apple in 1986. However, he is most famous for his website Folklore.org and his book Revolution in the Valley, which recount the making the Macintosh trough a myriad stories and anecdotes. Hertzfeld remained a friend of Steve Jobs, albeit a distant one, until his death. He is now retired.

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