Dr. Donald Knuth, Professor Emeritus of Computer Science, Stanford University, is a seminal thinker and writer in programming, created the TeX markup language, Literate Programming, and the legendary landmark series of books 'The Art of Computer Programming'. He is also one of the few programmers who pays people for discovering bugs in his programs.
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Dr. Donald E. Knuth
His very own page. Programming wouldn't be what it is today without this man. Invented TeX, Literate Programming, author of landmark series 'The Art of Computer Programming'. Professor Emeritus of The Art of Computer Programming, Stanford University.
Advogato Interview: Donald E. Knuth
Medium long, deep interview, mostly about TeX, fonts, typography; some about Literate Programming, processors: MMIX, Transmeta, Pentium. Gives a good sense of the man.
Donald E. Knuth
Author page: brief biography, links to all his books, interview.
Growing article, with many links to related topics. [Wikipedia]
Donald Knuth: Leonard Euler of Computer Science
Biography of the great scientist by Nikolai Bezroukov.
Innovations Interviews Donald Knuth on The Art of Computer Programming
Brief, insightful, pure text; Addison-Wesley Professional.
Interview with Donald Knuth
Covers open source success, multicore architecture problems, disappointing lack of interest in literate programming, reusable code menace, and urban legend about a programming contest win with one compilation. InformIT. (April 25, 2008)
Love at First Byte
Featured article about Knuth's work, with recent photos. Stanford Magazine. (May 01, 2006)
Donald Knuth, Founding Artist of Computer Science
Interview with Knuth, National Public Radio, by David Kestenbaum. (March 14, 2005)
Rewriting the Bible in 0's and 1's
Since the 1960s, Knuth has been writing the sacred text of computer programming. He's a little behind schedule, but he has an excuse: he took time out to reinvent digital typography. By Steve Ditlea. Technology Review. (October 01, 1999)
The Art of Computer Programming
Danny Yee reviews first 3 volumes of Knuth's magnum opus. (January 01, 1998)
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