Dr. Dobb's Journal

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Dr. Dobb's Journal (DDJ) is a monthly journal published in the United States by United Business Media. It covers topics aimed at computer programmers. When launched in 1975, DDJ was the first regular periodical focused on microcomputer software, rather than hardware. It is now distributed as a PDF monthly, although the principal delivery of Dr. Dobb's content is through the magazine's Web site.

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