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It's been nearly 60 years since Vannevar Bush's seminal Atlantic Monthly article, "As We May Think," portrayed the image of a scholar aided by a machine, "a device in which an individual stores all his books, records, and communications, and which is mechanized so that it may be consulted with...
I've been responsible for hiring many software engineers. I tend to ask lots of elaborate technical questions so I can really get to know how the candidate thinks and works with me while solving hard problems. QA (quality assurance) engineers will appreciate this one (it's a "negative test" for...
In recent years, TCP/IP offload engines, known as TOEs, have attracted a good deal of industry attention and a sizable share of venture capital dollars. A TOE is a specialized network device that implements a significant portion of the TCP/IP protocol in hardware, thereby offloading TCP/IP...
The seeds of Unix and open source were sown in the 1970s, and Sam Leffler was right in there doing some of the heaviest cultivating. He has been actively working with Unix since 1976 when he first encountered it at Case Western Reserve University, and he has been involved with what people now...
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