IEEE Computer Society Introduces Multimedia Version of IEEE Software Magazine
- Grady Booch's audio recording of his On Computing column, discussing why the public should know about computing technology;
- Shull's interview with Ben Shneiderman about the Nation of Neighbors, a program that facilitates real-time collaboration in more than 400 neighborhood communities across the United States;
- Shull's interview with Anne Rose about the International Children's Digital Library, an impassioned network of more than 4,000 volunteers worldwide;
- A multimedia illustration of the Airbus Concept Cabin to demonstrate the future of flight from the passenger's perspective;
- Joel Spolsky's discussion of the structure, software, technology, and culture of Stack Exchange;
- Matthew McCullough and Tim Berglun's demonstration of how to leverage Git's powerful yet underused advanced features;
- Minnesota CIO Thomas Baden's presentation on working on the TopCoder Platform; and
- Diomidis Spinellis's discussion of why declarative code is easier to understand, modify, and maintain.
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