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The author works for Siemens (Corporate Technology). He is the author of the bestseller 'Cracking the C, C++ and Java Interview' published by Tata McGraw-Hill.
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Writing a book can be both an exhilarating and an exhausting experience! It can help your career by giving you visibility, recognition from your …

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Design smells are poor solutions to recurring implementation and design problems. This article gives readers an overview on what design smells are, why we …

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Using tools to auto-generate code from high-level models or specifications looks like a cool idea. Though generating code instead of hand-writing it from scratch …

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In this month’s column, we take a break from discussing technical topics and talk about what most students care about getting a job. I …

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A puzzling aspect of bugs is that they often turn out to be features (and vice versa)! Let’s explore this interesting topic with an …

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In this column, we’ve always covered unusual and interesting technical topics. This month, we discuss the word “bug”, and the history behind its use …

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LSP is a cardinal rule to follow in object-oriented designs. In this column, we’ll introduce LSP to those new to OOP (Object Oriented Programming), …

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One important feature that distinguishes C as a systems programming language is its support for bit-fields. Let us explore this feature in this column. …

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When a problem occurs in the software, it should fail immediately, in an easily noticeable way. This “fail fast” behaviour is desirable, and we’ll …

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Dennis Ritchie died on the 8th of October 2011, at the age of 70. His lasting contributions to computing include creating the C language, …