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Directed Evolution

Dr. Dobb's Journal,
November 01, 1998

Dr. Ecco and Liane use "directed evolution" to cure the ills that ail some.

Preventing Piracy While Preserving Privacy

Dr. Dobb's Journal,
October 01, 2005

The security approach presented here is a privacy-preserving, flexible, antipiracy solution that does not suffer from "Break Once, Run Everywhere."

Dr. Ecco's Omniheurist Corner

Dr. Dobb's Journal,
October 01, 2000

Saving the X-mammal is the challenge that Liane and Dr. Ecco face this month.

My Enemy's Enemy

Dr. Dobb's Journal,
December 01, 1999

Ecco and Liane puzzle over the rules of friendship that exist on the island of Aresia, which has 27 ethnicities -- and each at the other's throats.


Dr. Dobb's Journal,
November 01, 1999

One man's Calabaza is another man's pocket watch, as Ecco and Liane discover this month.


Dr. Dobb's Journal,
October 01, 1999

In this month's installment, Ecco deals with the problems the rich and famous have in divvying up their loot. We all should have such problems.

An Interview with Donald Knuth

Dr. Dobb's Journal,
April 01, 1996

Don Knuth, one of the world's preeminent computer scientists, takes time out to chat with us about topics ranging from algorithms to the status of volume four of his The Art of Computer Programming.

An Interview with Donald Knuth

Dr. Dobb's JournalCommunity Voices
April 29, 2009


While flipping through a recent issue of Mental Floss , I came across a funny item about typos, cancelled checks, and fraud that involved esteemed computer scientist, author, and Stanford professor emeritus Donald Knuth, which called to mind this 1996 conversation with Knuth conducted by Dr. Dobb's Journal's resident interrogator Jack Woehr. - Design

Java Cryptography & X.509 Authentication  

Dr. Dobb's Journal,
February 01, 2005

Our authors use the Java Crypto API to implement X.509 authentication in a distributed system.

Programming & The PC Revolution

Dr. Dobb's Journal,
January 01, 2001

Twenty-five years ago, computer programming was big-iron heavy - then the personal computer came along and everything changed. In this special anniversary retrospective, Eugene Kim looks back at what computing was like then, and DDJ's role in that revolution

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