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Anecdotes
Found in: IEEE Annals of the History of Computing
By James Tomayko
Issue Date:April 2001
pp. 78-79
<p>David Grier relates a 1940 incident involving a security risk to the Watson Scientific Laboratory at Columbia University. The danger of compromise at this lab was very real with potentially far-reaching serious consequences; ironically, the danger...
 
Anecdotes
Found in: IEEE Annals of the History of Computing
By James Tomayko
Issue Date:January 2001
pp. 76-79
<p>There are several new initiatives to develop the history of software. Usually, the engineers do the work and the historians provide the context later. I asked Guy Tremblay to describe how a group of software engineers used a historical model to es...
 
Anecdotes
Found in: IEEE Annals of the History of Computing
By James Tomayko
Issue Date:October 2000
pp. 72-75
<p>The Anecdotes department publishes historical reminiscences, both the insightful and the curious. Submissions may be sent to the Editor at jet@cs.cmu.edu.</p>
 
Anecdotes
Found in: IEEE Annals of the History of Computing
By James Tomayko
Issue Date:October 1997
pp. 47-53
<p><it>The Anecdotes Department is an opportunity for participants in the history of computing to contribute reminiscences of salient events. These stories can vary in scale from the origins of a term to first-person accounts of critical turnin...
 
Anecdotes
Found in: IEEE Annals of the History of Computing
By James Tomayko
Issue Date:April 1997
pp. 62-69
<p><it>The Anecdotes Department is an opportunity for participants in the history of computing to contribute reminiscences of salient events. These stories can vary in scale from the origins of a term to first-person accounts of critical turnin...
 
Anecdotes
Found in: IEEE Annals of the History of Computing
By James Tomayko
Issue Date:January 1997
pp. 60-64
<p>The Anecdotes Department is an opportunity for participants in the history of computing to contribute reminiscences of salient events. These stories can vary in scale from the origins of a term to first-person accounts of critical turning points.&...
 
Anecdotes
Found in: IEEE Annals of the History of Computing
By James Tomayko
Issue Date:December 1996
pp. 60
<p><it>The Anecdotes Department is an opportunity for participants in the history of computing to contribute reminiscences of salient events. These stories can vary in scale from the origins of a term to first-person accounts of critical turnin...
 
Anecdotes
Found in: IEEE Annals of the History of Computing
By James Tomayko
Issue Date:September 1995
pp. 77-78
<p>The Anecdotes department is an opportunity for participants in the history of computing to contribute reminiscences of salient events. These stories can vary in scale from the origins of a term to first-person accounts of critical turning points.&...
 
Anecdotes
Found in: IEEE Annals of the History of Computing
By James Tomayko
Issue Date:June 1995
pp. 62-63
<p>The Anecdotes department is an opportunity for participants in the history of computing to contribute reminiscences of salient events. These stories can vary in scale from the origins of a term to first-person accounts of critical turning points.&...
 
Anecdotes
Found in: IEEE Annals of the History of Computing
By James Tomayko
Issue Date:March 1995
pp. 61-64
<p>The Anecdotes department is an opportunity for participants in the history of computing to contribute reminiscences of salient events. These stories can vary in scale from the origins of a term to first-person accounts of critical turning points.&...
 
Applying the personal software process in CS1: an experiment
Found in: Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
By Tien-fu Chang, Alejandro Danylyzsn, So Norimatsu, Jose Rivera, David Shepard, Anthony Lattanze, Dr. James Tomayko
Issue Date:January 1997
pp. 273
This case study illustrates the application of a software development process that is intended to produce low-defect code for reliable systems. Recognizing that traditional testing is conducted too late in development to ensure the quality of mission criti...
   
Applying the personal software process in CS1: an experiment
Found in: Proceedings of the twenty-ninth SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education (SIGCSE '98)
By James Tomayko, Lily Hou
Issue Date:February 1998
pp. 313-317
The authors conducted an experiment in applying components of the Personal Software Processsm (PSP) described in Humphrey[2,3] to a large group of CS1 students. Half of the students were taught selected PSP principles and the other half were asked only to ...
     
A twenty year retrospective of the NATO software engineering conferences (panel session)
Found in: Proceedings of the 11th international conference on Software engineering (ICSE '89)
By James Tomayko
Issue Date:May 1989
pp. 95
One popular use for Haskell in recent years has been as a host language for domain-specific embedded languages. But how can one embed a postfix language in Haskell, given that Haskell only supports prefix and infix syntax? This paper describes several such...
     
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