William H. Saito, an author that comes from the sunny state of California and has grown into and impressive entrepreneur. He has worked with governments, schools, software programmers, and the Prime Minister of Japan to name a few. Growing up William Saito’s talents were made known very early on, creating a business in high school and going on to sell the business to Microsoft sometime later is an impressive feat, to say the least. These talents developed and branched out to other areas and now William Saito’s name is well known in the biometric community, among others.
While William Saito can be technical and a brilliant mind in the field of technology, its important to bring to light some other talents William Saito holds. He is also able to slow down and author insightful books such as An Unprogrammed Life. Adventures of an Incurable Entrepreneur. The book gives an inside peek into his past and offers interested entrepreneurs tips and tricks to inspire and lead other entrepreneurs on their adventures.
Due to his popularity and expertise, it’s of no surprise that he has been discussed in articles and stories alike. Recently, in an article from HiTechChronicle, William Saito’s life is given another deep look. The information in this article is quite intriguing and details significant turning points in his life. From creating I/O software in college to seeing the support Saito received growing up when his parents bought a five-thousand-dollar computer to enhance his learning opportunities.
Eventually, Saito became an expert in the field of software programming and created some impressive advancements to fingerprint scanner technology and even sold his Sony I/O company to Microsoft in the Early 2000s. In regard to the fingerprint scanner, due to Saito simplifying the information fingerprint scanners obtain other advancements were able to be made and can be seen in today’s technology, for example, the smartphone.