While Walter Isaacson’s recent Steve Jobs biography revealed a lot of insight into Steve Jobs and Apple, it didn’t provide much insight into Steve Jobs’ time at NeXT. Fortunately, a new, never-before-seen documentary has surfaced, providing a much better glimpse into that period of Jobs’ career.
Steve Jobs formed NeXT after being ousted from Apple by John Sculley, and Apple later purchased the company. Steve Jobs’ NeXTSTEP platform formed the basis for the first version of Mac OS X.
The below clips, originally posted by TheNextWeb, are from a series called Entrepreneurs, and have just become available online. The clips show Steve Jobs working and brainstorming with his team and NeXT, and really highlight Jobs’ incredible leadership abilities.
There are a few more clips highlighting Steve Jobs’ time at NeXT as well, including some videos intended for NeXT training purposes only: