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Old 16th October, 2011, 10:44 AM
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Dennis Ritchie: The Shoulders Steve Jobs Stood On

The tributes to Dennis Ritchie won?t match the river of praise that spilled out over the web after the death of Steve Jobs. But they should.

And then some.
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Dennis Ritchie was the mastermind behind C and UNIX.
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