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Allen Holub (born 1955) is a computer scientist, author, educator, and consultant. He has written extensively on the C, C++, and Java programming languages, and on object-oriented programming in general. He also writes about and teaches agile development He is a Contributing Editor for "Dr. Dobb's Journal" and JavaWorld, a former columnist for SD Times (Java Watch), and has written the OO Design Process column for IBM DeveloperWorks. He has also written for Microsoft Systems Journal, Programmers Journal, BYTE Magazine, Windows Tech Journal, Mac Tech Journal, C Gazette, and others.
Holub is currently an agile process consultant, architect, and trainer.
For several years, he taught advanced programming courses for the University of California Extensions in Berkeley and Santa Cruz. Holub currently conducts intensive software design seminars and provides design consulting. His past and current clients include over sixty technology, scientific, medical, and software companies and institutions. These include: Autodesk, Microsoft, Stanford Linear Accelerator, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Genentech, Fujitsu, Hewlett Packard, Novell, Perkin Elmer Applied Biosystems, Sybase, University of California, Pacific Bell, and Peoplesoft.
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