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The soul of a new machine is a non-fiction book, written by tracy kidderit was published in 1981 and won a pulitzer prize and an american book awardit chronicles the true story of a computer design team racing to complete a next generation computer design under a blistering schedule and tremendous pressure. The soul of a new machine by kidder, tracy and a great selection of similar used, new and collectible books available now at abebookscom. By tracing computer culture to its roots, by exploring the soul of the machine that has revolutionized the world, kidder succeeds as no other writer has done in capturing the essential spirit of the computer age. The soul of a new machine is a great read the technology is dated, but the challenges are not ps - i actually worked in the 'eagle' computers - the mv series.
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Cpsc 3300 questions / the soul of a new machine (note: the page numbers below refer to the 1981 hardback first edition. The soul of a new machine endures as the classic chronicle of the computer age and the masterminds behind its technological advances. Get this from a library the soul of a new machine [tracy kidder] -- with the touch of an expert thriller writer, tracy kidder recounts the feverish efforts of a team of data general researchers to create a new 32-bit superminicomputer--from publisher description. The soul of a new machine was first published by little, brown in 1981 twenty-three years later, after many printings, it is still a readable and even dr moon is assistant professor in the division of liberal arts and international studies. Buy the soul of a new machine by tracy kidder (isbn: 9780316491976) from amazon's book store everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
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