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What have you learned today?(Head to Head)(interview with software engineer Brian Kernighan of AT and T Bell Labs' Computing Science Research Center)(Interview)

Mcconnell, Steve

IEEE Software, March-April, 1999, Vol.16(2), p.66(3) [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    What have you learned today?(Head to Head)(interview with software engineer Brian Kernighan of AT and T Bell Labs' Computing Science Research Center)(Interview)
  • Autor: Mcconnell, Steve
  • Assuntos: Computer Programming -- Methods ; Programming Languages -- Evaluation ; Telecommunications Equipment Industry -- Officials And Employees ; Lucent Technologies Inc. Bell Laboratories
  • É parte de: IEEE Software, March-April, 1999, Vol.16(2), p.66(3)
  • Descrição: Software engineer Brian Kernighan believes that programming is best learned by actually writing good code that others find useful. The next best thing, he says would be reading good code written by others. Kernighan, who is best known for writing several well-known textbooks, also believes that the C programming language remains the most expressive and efficient language avialable to programmers. The AT and T Bell Labs scientist also shares his views on Linux, Microsoft Windows NT, Java and other computer languages that are well-established alternatives to C and C++.

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