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1978 production room at 10260 Bandley Drive

Breuner (sitting, right) in the Apple II production room in 1978.

Don Breuner was an early employee of Apple Computer.[1]


Apple Computer Bandley 1 map

Diagram of Apple's second office space at 10260 Bandley Drive in January 1978.

Breuner was hired as a hardware technician and Apple's 11th employee in 1977,[1] right before Dan Kottke, classmate of co-founder Steve Jobs, had returned from Columbia College.[2] Breuner worked in the production department with Kottke, who became the 12th employee and Mark Johnson, the 13th employee.[1][3]

Breuner later joined Randy Wigginton and Ed Ruder in developing MacWrite.[4]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Who were the first 25 employees at Apple? by Sean Owczarek, Quora. 2012-09-24.
  2. Where are the first 10 Apple employees today? by Ben Gilbert, Business Insider. 2016-12-26.
  3. A Peek Inside Apple’s First Real Office Space by Margaret Rhodes, Fast Company. 2014-01-27.
  4. Making Millions Isn't Easy by Jeffrey Young, InfoWorld. 1985-04-22.

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