C++, can we develop collaborative software tools?

Bradley K. Sherman bks at s27w007.pswfs.gov
Sat Feb 12 19:00:23 EST 1994

Collaborative tools are being developed at a pace
that outstrips the willingness of scientists to
collaborate.  C++ seems to have had very little to
do with it.

Almost by definition the most vital data collected
in a research environment will not be in a
standard format.  The research is often intended
to discover the very taxonomy that would allow the
programmer to neatly define objects in the domain
of the program.


Bradley K. Sherman               P.O. Box 245                    
Computer Scientist               Berkeley, CA, 94701
Dendrome Project                 510-559-6437 FAX: 510-559-6440  
Institute of Forest Genetics     Internet: bks at s27w007.pswfs.gov

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