Microsoft Rising ...and Other Tales Of Silicon Valley

Ted G. Lewis PhD

  • 出版商: Wiley
  • 出版日期: 2000-02-10
  • 售價: $3,380
  • 貴賓價: 9.5$3,211
  • 語言: 英文
  • 頁數: 340
  • 裝訂: Paperback
  • ISBN: 0769502008
  • ISBN-13: 9780769502007
  • 相關分類: Microsoft Azure高普特考
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商品描述

Description:

Ted Lewis delivers a first-hand account of the changing computer industry, a story of Microsoft and the Silicon Valley. Lewis maps the history of computing from 1990 to 2000, a tale of greed and emotion in the fastest growing, mainline industry of the world. In this compilation of columns from Computer, IEEE Internet Computing, and Scientific American, Lewis tries to predict and explain the chaos of Silicon Valley.

This book reports the author's personal history through the early 1990's to the end of the decade. These stories often try to predict or explain the chaos of Silicon Valley. Lewis analyzes the high-technology industry and its constant change amid turmoil and upheaval. He also examines the art of software development and deals with innovation and the emergence of a techno-society. The book does not promise any answers, but rather concludes this short journey into the recent past with a number of provoking ideas about the future of hi-tech.

 

 

Table of Contents:

Preface.

PART 1: The Valley of the Kings: Inside the Computer Industry.

Chapter 1: Reversals of Fortune (EIC Message, Computer, August 1994).

Chapter 2: The Tombs of Tech (EIC Message, Computer, November 1994).

Chapter 3: Operating System Roulette (Binary Critic, Computer, February 1995).

Chapter 4: Silly Valley (Binary Critic, Computer, June 1995).

Chapter 5: A Monopoly Is Born (Binary Critic, Computer, August 1995).

Chapter 6: Ellison's Folly (Binary Critic, Computer, February 1996).

Chapter 7: How Hits Happen (Binary Critic, Computer, July 1997).

Chapter 8: The Techno Treadmill (Wired Wired World, IEEE Internet Computing, September--October 1997).

Chapter 9: The Rise of Strategy (Binary Critic, Computer, September 1997).

Chapter 10: The End of the Dream (Binary Critic, Computer, January 1998); (Cyber View, Scientific American, February 1998); (In the News, IEEE Software, January--February 1998).

PART 2: The Rise of the Internet.

Chapter 11: The Latest Dance Craze: Browsing (EIC Message, Computer, September 1994); (Binary Critic, Computer, April 1995).

Chapter 12: Rumble in Telecommunications (Binary Critic, Computer, May 1995).

Chapter 13: NetGain or NetLoss? (Binary Critic, Computer, July 1996).

Chapter 14: A Bad Dream (Binary Critic, Computer, November 1996).

Chapter 15: Revolution in Telecommunications (Wired Wired World, IEEE Internet Computing, May--June 1997).

Chapter 16: Everything Is Going IP (Wired Wired World, IEEE Internet Computing, November--December 1997).

Chapter 17: Who Owns the Internet? (Wired Wired World, IEEE Internet Computing, January--February 1998).

Chapter 18: The United Nations of Cyberspace (Wired Wired World, IEEE Internet Computing, March--April 1998).

Chapter 19: The Year I Shoot My TV (Binary Critic, Computer, January 1997).

Chapter 20: The Internet: From Here to Ubiquity (Internet Watch, Computer, October 1997).

PART 3: Street Rumble in Software City.

Chapter 21: The Dark Side of Objects (EIC Message, Computer, December 1994).

Chapter 22: The Big Software Chill (Binary Critic, Computer, March 1996); (Binary Critic, Computer, August 1996).

Chapter 23: Tiny Beans (Binary Critic, Computer, September 1996); (Binary Critic, Computer, March 1997); (Binary Critic, Computer, March 1998).

Chapter 24: The Trouble with Programmers (Binary Critic, Computer, April 1998); (Binary Critic, Computer, July 1998).

PART 4: When Radical Is Chic.

Chapter 25: Innovation and the Next Big Thing (EIC Message, Computer, October 1994).

Chapter 26: FutureBusiness (Binary Critic, Computer, November 1995).

Chapter 27: Learning Curves and Strategy (Binary Critic, Computer, December 1995); (Binary Critic, Computer, January 1996).

Chapter 28: The Limits of Innovation (Binary Critic, Computer, April 1996).

Chapter 29: The Borg (Binary Critic, Computer, May 1997).

PART 5: Techno-Society.

Chapter 30: The Age of Information (Binary Critic, Computer, September 1995); (Binary Critic, Computer, October 1995).

Chapter 31: Tribalism (Binary Critic, Computer, November 1997).

Chapter 32: Privacy (Technology News, Computer, June 1998); (Cyber View, Scientific American, November 1997).

Chapter 33: Technology and the Productivity Paradox (Binary Critic, Computer, May 1998).

EPILOGUE: What to Do About Microsoft (Binary Critic, Computer, September 1998).

商品描述(中文翻譯)

描述:
Ted Lewis提供了一個關於變化中的電腦產業的第一手資料,這是一個關於微軟和矽谷的故事。Lewis從1990年到2000年的計算歷史進行了繪製,這是一個關於世界上增長最快的主要行業中的貪婪和情感的故事。在這本從《計算機》、IEEE互聯網計算和《科學美國人》的專欄中編輯的書中,Lewis試圖預測和解釋矽谷的混亂。

這本書報告了作者在20世紀90年代初到十年結束時的個人歷史。這些故事通常試圖預測或解釋矽谷的混亂。Lewis分析了高科技行業及其在動盪和動亂中的不斷變化。他還探討了軟件開發的藝術,並處理了創新和技術社會的出現。這本書並不承諾任何答案,而是以一些關於高科技未來的引人思考的想法來結束這段對近期過去的短暫旅程。

目錄:
前言。
第一部分:國王之谷:電腦產業內部。
第1章:命運的逆轉(EIC信息,計算機,1994年8月)。
第2章:科技之墓(EIC信息,計算機,1994年11月)。
第3章:操作系統輪盤(二進制評論,計算機,1995年2月)。
第4章:愚蠢的矽谷(二進制評論,計算機,1995年6月)。
第5章:壟斷的誕生(二進制評論,計算機,1995年8月)。
第6章:埃里森的愚蠢(二進制評論,計算機,1996年2月)。
第7章:熱門如何發生(二進制評論,計算機,1997年7月)。
第8章:技術跑步機(Wired Wired World,IEEE互聯網計算,1997年9月-10月)。
第9章:策略的崛起(二進制評論,計算機,1997年9月)。
第10章:夢想的終結(二進制評論,計算機,1998年1月);(Cyber View,科學美國人,1998年2月);(新聞中,IEEE軟件,1998年1月-2月)。
第二部分:互聯網的崛起。
第11章:最新的舞蹈狂潮:瀏覽(EIC信息,計算機,1994年9月);(二進制評論,計算機,1995年4月)。
第12章:電信界的風暴(二進制評論,計算機,1995年5月)。
第13章:NetGain還是NetLoss?(二進制評論,計算機,1996年7月)。
第14章:一個壞夢(二進制評論,計算機,1996年11月)。
第15章:電信界的革命(Wired Wired World,IEEE互聯網計算,1997年5月-6月)。
第16章:一切都在走IP(Wired Wired World,IEEE互聯網計算,1997年11月-12月)。