On the Christmas day of 1990 when Berners-Lee wrote what would become known as the WorldWideWeb on a NeXT Computer and showed the world its first internet browser. If that weren't enough, this guy also developed the first web server around the same time. There was just one little problem. Nobody knew what the internet was yet.
After graduating, Andreessen moved to California and co-founded Netscape with Eric Bina. Within a couple of years, Netscape Navigator controlled around 80% of the browser market share.
In September 1995, Mocha was renamed as LiveScript.
THE BROWSER WARS
There was a company that was becoming very popular around this time and was launching its own internet browser called internet explorer (IE).
THE TECH BUBBLE BURST
Stay tuned for Part II in the next decade!