Pete Goodliffe

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== Full Name ==
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Pete Goodliffe
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== Biography ==
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Pete Goodliffe is a software developer, columnist, speaker, and author who never stays at the same place in the software food chain; he's worked in numerous languages on diverse projects. He also teaches and mentors programmers, and writes the regular "Professionalism in Programming" column for ACCU's C Vu magazine (www.accu.org).
Pete Goodliffe is a software developer, columnist, speaker, and author who never stays at the same place in the software food chain; he's worked in numerous languages on diverse projects. He also teaches and mentors programmers, and writes the regular "Professionalism in Programming" column for ACCU's C Vu magazine (www.accu.org).
Pete's popular book, Code Craft, is a practical and entertaining investigation of the entire programming persuit. In about 600 pages. No mean feat! Pete enjoys writing excellent, bug-free code, so he can spend more time having fun with his kids. He has a passion for curry and doesn't wear shoes.
Pete's popular book, Code Craft, is a practical and entertaining investigation of the entire programming persuit. In about 600 pages. No mean feat! Pete enjoys writing excellent, bug-free code, so he can spend more time having fun with his kids. He has a passion for curry and doesn't wear shoes.
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== Contact Info ==
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[mailto:pete@goodliffe.net pete@goodliffe.net]
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== Image ==
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Contents

Full Name

Pete Goodliffe

Biography

Pete Goodliffe is a software developer, columnist, speaker, and author who never stays at the same place in the software food chain; he's worked in numerous languages on diverse projects. He also teaches and mentors programmers, and writes the regular "Professionalism in Programming" column for ACCU's C Vu magazine (www.accu.org).

Pete's popular book, Code Craft, is a practical and entertaining investigation of the entire programming persuit. In about 600 pages. No mean feat! Pete enjoys writing excellent, bug-free code, so he can spend more time having fun with his kids. He has a passion for curry and doesn't wear shoes.

Contact Info

pete@goodliffe.net

Image

Image:Pete.png

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