|Education||Homestead High School|
|Known for||Apple Inc. employee #4 who first introduced Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak; a member of the Apple Macintosh development team|
Bill Fernandez is a user-interface architect and inventor who was Apple Computer's first employee when they incorporated in 1977 and is Apple employee #4. He is the son of Judge Bill Fernandez and Bambi Fernandez (both Stanford University graduates). He worked on both the Apple I and Apple II personal computers, and in the 1980s was a member of the Apple Macintosh development team. He contributed to several user interface aspects of the classic Mac OS, QuickTime and HyperCard and owns a user interface patent granted in 1994. He is also credited with introducing fellow Homestead High School student Steve Jobs to his friend (and Homestead alumn) Steve Wozniak.
- Forbes Magazine (2000). "Forbes Magazine". Great Garages. forbes.com. Retrieved 2012-07-28.
- Assar, Vijith (August 16, 2013). "'Early Apple Employees Talk Memories of Steve Jobs, New Movie". Slashdot. Slashdot. Archived from the original on August 18, 2013.
|This biographical article relating to a computer specialist is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|