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Dr. Dobb's Journal (1988-2009)
Published source code accompanying the article by Dana Moore and John Hebeler in which examine how you can you can create cloud applications through Amazon Web Services and the Google Application Engine. - Web Development
Published source code accompanying the article by Greg Williams in which he shows how you can take advantage of unstructured data in the database -- video, in this case -- and access this data from Oracle Forms. - Database
Published source code accompanying the article by R. Samuel Klatchko in which he examines unnecessary coupling. One issue with the common C compilation model is that it can easily lead to unnecessary coupling between files. But decoupling those files isn't necessarily easy either. - C/C++
Published and unpublished source code accompanying the article by Paul Kimmel in which he examines Parallal LINQ, which is part of the Parallel FX extensions for .NET. PLINQ lets you use basic LINQ keywords to tap into the extra power that multicore systems provide. - .NET
Published source code accompanying the article by Bartosz Milewski in which he examines the two major problems in concurrent programs -- data races and deadlocks. The solutions that Bartosz presents in the D language is based on a deadlock-avoidance protocol. Also see LOCK_D.ZIP. - C/C++
Published source code accompanying the article by Walter O. Krawec in which he presents the DOORS OS, an operating system designed to run on the HC11. Also see DOORSSDK.ZIP. - Embedded Systems
Published source code accompanying the article by Eric Bergman-Terrell in which he finds out that a VM and Mono comes in handy when creating C# .NET programs. In addition to Linux, Mono lets you develop and run .NET client and server applications on Solaris, Mac OS X, Windows, and UNIX. Also see DOTNETLX.ZIP. Also see UbuntuDotNetDevVM.ZIP. - .NET
Published source code accompanying the article by Sergey Babkin in which he presents Advanced Mutex, a parallel programming pattern. - Parallel
Published source code accompanying the article by Oliver Haase, Jurgen Wasch, and Bo Zhao in which they present a custom registry that objects can register with remotely. Also see RMI.ZIP. - JVM Languages
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