Last year, I published my interview with Peter Naur in the booklet Pluralism in Software Engineering: Turing Award Winner Peter Naur Explains (Lonely Scholar, 2011). In the meantime, the following two reviews have come out:
- The editor's pick: H.I. Kilov in the Computing Reviews, October 2012.
- E. Zwicky for USENIX, February 2012.
Likewise, for my book The Dawn of Software Engineering: from Turing to Dijkstra (Lonely Scholar, 2012), some coverage is already available:
- nwt magazine, June 2012, p. 74 (in Dutch).
- Vasco Duarte's blog post on October 8th, 2012.
- the November 2012 issue of the semiannual CSHPM Bulletin, Nr. 51, p. 11.
- my presentation of my book in September 2012 in Paderborn, available here.
Furthermore, I have also presented a review of George Dyson's book Turing's Cathedral: the Origins of the Digital Universe (Penguin Books, 2012) and praised Paul Ceruzzi's book Computing: A Concise History (MIT Press, 2012) in my 20-minute talk in October 2012 in Brussels, available here.