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Teaching History

Dated: 
January 2014

In January 2014 I taught a Master course on the history of computing at the University of Amsterdam together with my colleague Katrin Geske. Nine groups, consisting on average of five students, followed our course for a period of four weeks (from 6 January till 31 January). Most attendees were computer science students and did not have any other academic commitments in January, at least not officially. Our objective was to have each student think, read, and write like a historian of computing by the end of the month.

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Book Reviews

Dated: 
24 June 2013

Last year, Lonely Scholar published my book The Dawn of Software Engineering: from Turing to Dijkstra. Some reviews were already online half a year ago. In the meantime, more coverage has become available:

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Book Reviews and Presentations

Dated: 
November 2012

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:

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