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Online Op-Eds

Periodically, we publish op-eds covering all aspects of software -- from design issues to industry insights -- on our web site. If you have questions or comments, or are interested in contributing a piece, send e-mail to jdorsey@ddj.com.

These op-eds do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the author's employer or of Dr. Dobb's Journal.


2001 | 2000 | 1999 | 1998 | 1997

June 26, 2001: Free Windows
Andrew Davison

April 17, 2001: Why Software Engineering Is Not B.S.
Charles Connell

March 12, 2001: One Microsoft Way
by Jacques Surveyer

 

 

Past Highlights:

February 24, 1999: Free Software Needs Profit
by John Ousterhout

December 11, 1998: Beyond the Mouse: Engelbart and Social Change
by Eugene Eric Kim

September 23, 1998: The Unbearable Lightness of Being Reusable
by Lou Grinzo

June 24, 1998: Windows DLLs: Threat or Menace?
by Tim Pfeiffer

November 18, 1997: A C++ Standard At Last
by Al Stevens

July 14, 1997: Why Cryptography is Harder Than It Looks
by Bruce Schneier

June 15, 1997: The Chronology of Dan-0411
by Robert Collins


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