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Welcome to On Computing

Grady Booch reads from his On Computing columns from IEEE Software magazine for this podcast on Computing Now.

Give them a listen and join Grady as he discusses the impact of computing on humanity.

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Woven on the Loom of Sorrow

Computing was once a companion to conflict; computing is now an instrument of war; computing is becoming a theater of war. Along the way, conflict has shaped computing, and computing has changed the nature of warfare.

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The Human Experience

Computing has transformed humanity in ways that we have only begun to metabolize. Computing amplifies what we celebrate most about being human, but it also has the capacity to magnify that which we mourn. Exploring the story of computing has value, for an educated populace is far more able to reconcile its past, reason about its present, and be intentional about its future.

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Transition

Grady Booch introduces listeners of On Architecture to his new podcast, On Computing.

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About the Speaker

Grady Booch

Grady Booch is recognized internationally for his innovative work on software architecture, software engineering, and modeling. He was chief scientist of Rational Software Corp. from its founding in 1981 until it became part of IBM, where he's an IBM Fellow. Grady was one of the original authors of the Unified Modeling Language and one of the original developers of several Rational products. Grady has served as architect and architectural mentor for complex, software-intensive projects around the world in just about every domain imaginable. He is currently developing Computing: The Human Experience, a major transmedia project for public broadcast. Contact him at grady@computingthehumanexperience.com.