Cprogramming.com has been on the web in one form or another since 1996, and
moved to the domain cprogramming.com
in 1998. We've always focused on helping newbie programmers get started programming
as well as
helping more advanced programmers find the specific information
they're looking for.
Alex Allain, author and webmaster
Alex has run Cprogramming.com for over seventeen years, and wrote many of the
site's tutorials, articles and quizzes. By day, Alex is a software engineer
at Dropbox. Previously, Alex was a Teaching Fellow at Harvard University, where he helped
teach both of Harvard's first two introductory computer science courses, CS 50,
which focuses on C, and CS 51, which at the time focused on Scheme and C++.
Alex was twice recognized as one of the top Teaching Fellows in Harvard's
Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
Okay, that was kind of
boring. What I really dig are programming, teaching programming, hard problems
of all sorts, and
collaborative problem solving (i.e. figuring out solutions to hard problems
that require multiple smart people to work together). I like to figure out
how other people think, and how to best work together with other people. I
really like whiteboards.
message boards, I'm
the webmaster. You
can contact me via email firstname.lastname@example.org or follow me as @alexallain on twitter.
Alex Hoffer, contributor
Alex has been affiliated with Cprogramming.com for the past six years, writing
and editing articles
and tutorials, as
well as taking care of many day-to-day operations. Alex works as a software
quality assurance engineer at a company in the San Francisco area.
Michael Kern, assistant webmaster and forums administrator
Michael administers our message boards. You may know him by his handle, kermi3.
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