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David John Barnes,
a British computer scientist and lecturer at School of Computing [1], University of Kent. His research interests include software testing, biological modelling, and as a club-level chess player, cheating in chess. He is co-author of the introductory Java programming using the BlueJ IDE [2], and author of the PGN processing tool pgn-extract [3].
David J. Barnes [4]

Selected Publications

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References

  1. ^ Computer Science at Kent - School of Computing - University of Kent
  2. ^ David J. Barnes, Michael Kölling (2008, 2012). Objects First with Java: A Practical Introduction using BlueJ. Prentice Hall / Pearson Education
  3. ^ pgn-extract: Portable Game Notation (PGN) Manipulator for Chess Games by David J. Barnes
  4. ^ Home page for DJ Barnes - School of Computing - University of Kent
  5. ^ dblp: David J. Barnes
  6. ^ An API for the leJOS platform, University of Kent
  7. ^ Lego Mindstorms from Wikipedia

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