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CVu Volume 13 Issue 1 - February 2001

34 pages. Contents:

  • Reports & Opinions
    • Reports & Announcements
      • View from the Chair
      • Secretary's Report
      • Financial Brief
      • USA Chapter Status Report
      • Notice of 13th AGM
      • Standards Report
      • ACCU on the Web
      • Membership Matters
    • Some Thoughts on Academic Papers
  • Dialogue
    • The Wall - Your Letters
    • Student Code Critique (competition) entries for no 5 and code for no 6
    • Questions & Answers
    • Java Section (No Submissions)
  • Features
    • Professionalism in Programming Part 6 - Good Design by Peter Goodliffe
    • Swamp Fever by Barry Aulton
    • Ada Overview: Part 1 by Posul
    • Thinking Aloud: Interesting Times by Alan Lenton
    • To Certify or not to Certify by Steve Cornish
    • A Touch of Abstraction by Ewan Milne
  • Reviews
    • Bookcase
    • Members Experiences

ISSN Number : 1354-3164

Date : February 2001

Creator : ACCU

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH33626. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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