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Cupertino is a city in the Santa Clara County, California. The city is west of San Jose and on the west edge of the Santa Clara Valley with certain parts reaching the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains. It is ranked by Forbes magazine as one of the most educated small towns in the United States.
The name Cupertino was taken from Arroyo San Jose de Cupertino, which is now known as Steven’s Creek. The word cupertino loosely means small or little shelter and comes from the Italian words coprire to cover, and the ino suffix for small while also using the Latin word coopertus which means to covered shelter. The Creek was named by Juan Bautista de Anza’s Spanish cartographer who got the name from Saint Joseph of Cupertino.
The name was first widely used when a lawyer and historian by the name of John T. Doyle named his winery, which was on McClellan road. It was during the turn of the 20th century, when Cupertino replaced the name of the region which was West Side.
The Cupertino area was then known as a fruit growing region. Almost all the land in what is known and part of Cupertino today was covered with cherry, plum, apricot and prune orchards. It was not far afterwards, when railroads, dirt roads and electric railways started ferrying people to and from the West Side farmlands.
The end of World War ll ushered in a suburban housing and population increase, which shifted the economy and demographics of the Santa Clara Valley. It was during this time when Norman Nathanson a rancher and his colleagues started a drive to incorporate Cupertino. This became official in October 10, 1955 which made Cupertino the 13th city of the Santa Clara County.
In the early 1960’s, Cupertino took a major step in becoming an industrial powerhouse. This was when a group of landowners put their land together to form VALLCO Business and Industrial Park. This became the starting area of the industrial and semiconductor center, we all know as Silicon Valley.
Cupertino is also home to the De Anza College, which was named after Juan Bautista De Anza. The school was built on an area that used to be a winery during the turn of the 20th century. That winery’s mansion, called Beaulieu by the owners is now the home of the California History Center in Cupertino.
Cupertino also claims to be the center of Silicon Valley. It has its own, notable number of electronic and semiconductor companies to give merit to that claim. These companies include, Hewlett-Packard, Apple, Cloud.com, Seagate Technology, Lab 126, Packeteer, Oracle, Olivetti, and IBM all have offices and are headquartered in Cupertino.
Aside from prominent companies, Cupertino also has its share of interesting places to visit. Here are a few of those places that deserve a look if ever you are in the area. Hollyhill Hummingbird Farm, Deep Cliff and Blackberry Farm golf course, Flint Center, Valico Shopping Mall, The Fujitsu Planetarium, Rancho San Antonio, Cupertino Veterans Memorial are a few of these sights that deserve a visit.