Twelve days ago, the computing pioneer Dennis Ritchie was found dead at the age of 70. News of his demise was broken to the world by a former colleague, Rob Pike, who worked alongside him at Bell Labs.
One of the truly great programmers of the last century and a man who maintained that simplicity was the best way to tackle the task has died.
The drought of those who speak without depending on slides has ended at the 12th Australian national Linux conference.
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