The Homebrew Computer Club was an early computer hobbyist users’ group in Silicon Valley, which met (under that name) from March 5, 1975, to December 1986. Several very high-profile hackers and IT entrepreneurs emerged from its ranks, including the founders of Apple Inc. The short-lived newsletter they published was instrumental in creating the technological culture of Silicon Valley. The influence of the club was depicted in the made-for-television movie Pirates of Silicon Valley.
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