Cameron Laird

8 articles

Unconventional Java Programmer Finds Open-Source Roots Deep Within IBM

You know what Java's good for, right? Web client applets, server-side business components, large-team object-oriented fresh developments, that sort of thing? And system management...

Is Stackless Python for You?

Python, of course, is the "interpreted, interactive, object-oriented programming language ... often compared to Tcl, Perl, Scheme or Java." That's what the official Python...

DeJong Juggles Java Projects

Mo DeJong has more than his share of Java fun. Moses DeJong During the day, he's "IDE (integrated development environment) guy" for Linux market-leader Red...

Phil Zimmermann: Programmer as Celebrity

Programmers can be celebrities too. Just ask Philip (Phil) Zimmermann. He's spent most of the last decade as a folk hero, and admits to...

Behlendorf Makes Open Source Work for Java

One of Java's most important programmers doesn't know Java. <IMG ALT="Brian Behlendorf" SRC="/ew_img/softwaredev/content/article/2000/07/19/SDlairdbehl/behlendorf_sm.jpg" hei

Bruce Eckel: A passion for thinking

Bruce Eckel is not just another computer-language guru. Oh, sure, at first he looks like the others. He's published a half-dozen...

How free is open? An interview with Richard M. Stallman

Media attention to "open-source software" has exploded since <A HREF = "http://www.netscape.com/newsref/pr/newsrelease558.htm

Tcl Blend makes for better Java

Accelerate your application development by "gluing" together Java pieces -- that's the promise of a new freeware product from SunScript, a business...

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