An Interview with Peter Denning, "The End of the Future" : Interviewed by Brian Branagan
Denning, Peter J.
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Ubiquity is dedicated to the future of computing and the people who are creating it. What exactly does this mean for readers, for contributors, and for editors soliciting and reviewing contributions? We decided to ask the editor in chief, Peter Denning, how he approaches the future, and how his philosophy is reflected in the design and execution of the Ubiquity mission. He had a surprisingly rich set of answers to our questions. We believe his answers may be helpful for all our readers with their own approaches to their own futures.
The article of record as published may be found at http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/1979462.1979464Brian Branagan interviews Peter J. Denning for Ubiquity on the messy business of predicting the future.Ubiquity
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