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  1. Interview with Niklaus Wirth

    Submitted by Wouter via email . . .

    While I was reading about Niklaus Wirth on Wikipedia, I realized that he’s starting to get old (he’s 75 now), and there are some thing I’d like to know or hear from him.

    Why not have a short interview with him?

    I’m sure it’ll be interesting what the man has to say, and it shouldn’t be too hard to get in touch with him.

    · Certain decisions and compromised he’s made when designing Pascal;

    · If he’s used Delphi;

    · If he’s aware of recent language modifications like anonymous methods and generics,…

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  2. Interview Nick Bradbury, creator of FeedDemon

    I would love to hear Nick Bradbury (http://nick.typepad.com/), creator of FeedDemon interviewed. He is in the enviable position of being paid to write great software that his company allows him to distribute for free.

    He is also known for his approach to simplifying software and removing features instead of constantly adding new ones and was recently the credited inspiration for a new Google Reader feature (http://googlereader.blogspot.com/2009/08/flurry-of-features-for-feed-readers.html).

    I would love to hear about how Nick got started on shareware development and about how his development process works as well as what have been his greatest programming realisations…

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  3. Interview Niels Jensen

    One of the orginal compiler engineers and stakeholders in Borland. Ask about the history of those early days. And in particular the big break between him and Borland after which he setup up TopSpeed. His opinion on current industry direction language design and Delphi.
    (I can give a more detailed list questions)

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