I’m quite excited to see my article published in this issue alongside so many people I’ve read and followed for years. Just one example is Paul DiLascia, who has been writing a C++ Q&A column each month. I still have a well worn copy of his Windows++ book that I bought 10 years ago. I even remember where I bought the book, mostly because I thought the store name was so cool (README.DOC).
I think I might frame this issue so my kids can look at it someday and marvel at the primitive tools we work with.