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Cambridge University Computer Society - Databus - Michaelmas 1998

Databus was the magazine of the Cambridge University Computer Society.




Address Bus

If you're totally new to computers

Multilingual Computing

An Open Letter to All Webmasters

A Personal View

Date Bugs Explained Simply

Regression testing Considered Harmful

Review: Toshiba Libretto

Ten Years Ago

Profiteers in Sheep's Clothing

The Hidden Perils of the L2 Cache

Chaos and Computability

Least Significant Bit


42 pages.

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Publication Date : 1998

Creator : Cambridge University Computer Society

Format : PDF, A4

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH41166. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
Article: Cambridge University Computer Society - Databus - Michaelmas 1998

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