Site Feed -
Badri's Tamil thoughts
Ganesh's Happily Haphazard
Raghu the reluctant Delhiite
Sankhya the busy idler
Srini the movie critic
Turing award for TCP/IP pioneers Cerf & Kahn
Vint Cerf and Robert Kahn, who are widely credited with having come up with TCP/IP, the primary network protocol set used in internet communication, have been awarded the 2004 Turing prize. Previous winners include a who's who of computing including Dijkstra, Donald Knuth, Ken Thompson, Denis Ritchie and Douglas Engelbart. The award is widely considered to be the Nobel Prize in computing. Last year, Alan Turing was featured in BusinessWeek among the greatest innovators of the last 75 years.
Some of the sites linked in my rants may require registration/subscription. Links within my ramblings open in a new window.
Some of the links may now be broken/not take you to the expected report since the original content providers may have archived/removed the contents.
All opinions expressed are mine alone. My employers (past, present or future) are in no way connected to the opinions expressed here.
All pictures, photographs used are copyrights of the original owners. I do not intend to infringe on any copyright.
Pictures and photographs are used here to merely accentuate and enhance the content value to the readers.
Previous PostsMadcap Pakistani Education minister's suggestion t...