J Adrian Zimmer  (home)

Writings

 

Short EBooks

  1. Javascript Promises Clarified, Bonsai Reads, 2017
  2. Git Overview, Bonsai Reads, 2016
  3. From Simple IO to Monad Transformers, Bonsai Reads, 2014

Books

  1. Tcl/Tk for Programmers, I.E.E.E. Computer Society Press, 1998, 544 pages
  2. Abstraction for Programmers, McGraw Hill, 1985, 251 pages

Articles in Archival Research Journals

(Not many, but page count is over 50.)

  1. "Type Substitution in Compiled Code", Software Concepts and Tools, Springer Verlag, 16(1995)
    pp 20-30
  2. "Restructuring for Style", J. of Software Practice and Experience, John Wiley & Sons, 20(1990)
    pp 365-389 (My favorite. Predates and anticipates work by others on refactoring.)
  3. "Altering Without Change", J. of Software Maintenance: Research and Practice, John Wiley & Sons, 1(1989) pp 29-46
  4. "Automorphisms of Subgraphs Obtained by Deleting a Pendant Vertex", J. of Combinatorial Theory, Academic Press,
    12(1972) pp 169-173 (coauthored with Neil Robertson)

Other

  1. ProgrammableServer
  2. Graphical Isomorphism
  3. Computer Science as a General Education Requirement
  4. "Linked Lists can Exemplify OOD Principles", Presented at the 5th Killer Example Workshop which was part of the 2006 OOPSLA Conference, Portland, Oregon, 2006 (conference proceedings published by Springer Verlag)
  5. K12 Python, 2007
  6. "Simplifying Red/Black Trees (Or How Python Metaclasses Might Aid Library Design)", PyCon 2006, Addison (Dallas), Texas
  7. Zio Graphics Package for Java, 2005
  8. "Graph Theoretical Indicators for Refactoring", XP/Agile Universe 2003, Springer Verlag, pp 62-72, presented at the 3rd XP/Agile Universe Conference in New Orleans, August 2003
  9. Six Daily Goals, written for this site in the late 1990s
  10. Served on editorial board of the Journal of Software Maintenance from 1990 through 1999.
  11. "Restructuring: The Old Meets The New", invited lecture, Third International Conference on Hi-Tech Maintenance, Quality Assurance Institute, March 6-8, 1991
  12. "On Teaching Module Design for Software Maintainability", SCCI 91, April 12-13, 1991, Proceedings of 1991 Small College Computing Symposium pp 25-34
  13. "We Need a Discipline of Software Composing", SIGSOFT Notes, Assoc. for Computing Machinery, April, 1988
  14. "A Modula Wish List", SIGPLAN Notices, Assoc. for Computing Machinery, November 1985
  15. "A Control Form for Complex Iterations", SIGPLAN Notices, Assoc. for Computing Machinery, February 1981