Born in the Bronx, New York, in 1945, Tesla studied at Stanford University in California. Legendary technologist Larry Tesler, 74, has died. He died last Monday (February 18). The BBC reported on Thursday (February 20th).
Scientists have discovered a number of discoveries, including Tesla’s “cut”, “copy”, and “paste” command systems that have made it easier for people to use computers.
The eminent technologist started working in the early sixties in Silicon Valley, the paradise of technology and IT. At that time ordinary people were far away from the computer world.
Xerox pays tribute to the death of this technology legend. Where Tesla has spent much of his career.
Born in the Bronx, New York in 1945, Tesla studied at Stanford University in California.
He discovered a single assignment language called Campbell while researching at the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. Xerxes later became a member of the Palo Alto Research Center, where he invented the computer’s cut-copy-paste command in 1960 while working there.