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October 11, 2004

Writing better software (Alan Cox)

Alan Cox gave a talk in Wales about writing better software. He has some great things in there to think about and compare to the way you make software (whether you are a programmer or not, it's still good reading)
I found it quite pleasing that we are doing at least a few things right - but still plenty of room for improvement. The video of the talk is also available for download

Also, another link I was pointed to during the week, the famous Donald Knuth has the pre-fascicles for Art of Programming Volume 4 available for download on his webpage. Great reading for programmer-types.

Posted by Zaph at October 11, 2004 01:27 PM

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