Twelve days ago, the computing pioneer Dennis Ritchie was found dead at the age of 70. News of his demise was broken to the world by a former colleague, Rob Pike, who worked alongside him at Bell Labs.
One of the truly great programmers of the last century and a man who maintained that simplicity was the best way to tackle the task has died.
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