How to replace your old computer, says former colleague
A former colleague who worked on the Apple II is blaming her former employer for the demise of her workhorse computer.
In a recent blog post, computer scientist Nancy Fauci said her former employers in the early 1990s made it very clear that the company’s goal was to be the best computer company in the world.
But when the company did finally achieve that goal, it failed.
“They said to the employees, ‘We’re going to be great for you, but you’re going the wrong way,'” Faucio wrote.
“We were like, ‘You’re right.
She says she left Apple for Google in 1997. “
Faucei also said the company had a very bad reputation for having “no integrity.
“She says she left Apple for Google in 1997.
They were really good about hiring a lot of very good people and they really had the reputation that if you were a good employee, you were going to get promoted. “
Google did have a very strong ethical code,” Faucci wrote.
“They were really good about hiring a lot of very good people and they really had the reputation that if you were a good employee, you were going to get promoted.
But they didn’t.
It was like a system that was broken.”
The two women, who now live in California, say they believe the company, with its reputation for quality and openness, was not as good a company to work for as its critics had made it out to be.
Faucoi says she has a lot to say about Apple’s legacy, including how the company has tried to “rebuild” its brand.
Google’s founder Larry Page and many of the other founders of Google were Apple employees, Fauici said.
“There was a great deal of work and a lot that was shared,” she wrote.
She added that Page was also a fan of Apple’s products.
“I think he thought that Apple was the future, and that Apple had created something very valuable,” Fauciei said.
Fauci is the author of several books on the subject of computing, including the book, Apple’s Apple Machine, and the computer history and design book, Computer: The Story of a Machine.
She also has written several books about computer hardware and software.
Fucio has written two books on Apple and its history.
She is currently the senior vice president of research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Computer History Museum.
Fanciei was a key part of the research team that created Apple’s first Macintosh computer.
Funciei worked at Apple from 1993 to 2002 and was one of the original researchers who developed Apple’s early graphics technology.
“It’s really remarkable that Apple would have the greatest work ethic in the history of computing,” Fuciai said of her former colleagues.
“And that is one of their core values.”
Faucci says Apple was not the best company to have in its early days.
“The Apple II had a lot more problems than any other computer in the industry at that time,” Fancic said.