Sir Timothy John Berners-Lee, OM, KBE, FRS, FREng, FRSA (June 8, 1955), inventor and inventor. world wide web Director of the World Wide Web Consortium (overseeing new ongoing developments on the web), senior researcher and seat Three Com Founders Chair at MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL).
Background and early career
Sir Tim Berners-Lee was born in London, England, the son of Conway. Berners-Lee and Mary Lee Woods, both parents, were mathematicians who worked on the team that built the early computer "Manchester Mark 1" together. Mars-Lee applies math in everyday life to everything. even on the dining table Berners-Lee attended Elementary School at Sheenmouth School (which later dedicated a new hall in his honor) before transferring to O. and A level at Emmanuel School at Wansworth
Berners-Lee is an alumnus of Queens College. Oxford University, where Berners-Lee represents the Games. The "Tiddle Winks" tradition (a game of smashing the spoon into the cup) is played against a longtime rival, the University of Cambridge. while studying at Queens College Berners-Lee built a computer with an electric soldering iron. Assemble TTL (a type of transistor), a logic gate, and an M6800 processor and an old television. and at one point during the study Berners-Lee was caught with a friend for "hacking" a computer and banned from using a university computer. Berners-Lee holds a bachelor's degree in physics.