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By W. Richard Stevens

For greater than 20 years, critical C programmers have trusted one publication for useful, in-depth wisdom of the programming interfaces that force the UNIX and Linux kernels: W. Richard Stevens’ complicated Programming within the UNIX® atmosphere . Now, once more, Rich’s colleague Steve Rago has completely up to date this vintage paintings. the hot 3rd version helps today’s major systems, displays new technical advances and top practices, and aligns with model four of the only UNIX Specification.

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The design team hashes out a product requirements document (PRD) that specifies exactly what the product will do. 4. The tasks identified in the PRD are assigned to teams of programmers who write their assigned code elements. 5. When complete, the code is checked in and the product is run through a series of testing cycles. 6. When the product has its bugs worked out (or at least most of them), the finished product is shipped to the customer. 7. The customer uses the product for a period of time and usually identifies bugs that were missed during the initial testing.

So why did Torvalds “give away” Linux to anyone who wanted it? Why didn’t he follow the standard corporate development model and try to make a mountain of money? To understand this, you need to be familiar with the GNU’s Not UNIX (GNU) movement. In the early 1980s a programmer named Richard Stallman at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology proposed an alternative to the standard corporate software development model. He objected to the proprietary nature of the process and the product. In 1983, Stallman launched the GNU Project.

Some of the information in the stem is superfluous and intended to distract you. However, the question stem usually contains one or two critical pieces of information that influence the correct answer. If your testing center provides you with writing materials (and they should), I suggest you quickly jot down the key points from the stem. • Carefully read each response. Don’t just skim them. Exam authors deliberately include responses that are almost correct, but not quite. ) The intent is to distract you away from the real answer.

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