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UNIX Review was an American magazine covering technical aspects of the UNIX operating system and C programming. Recognized for its in-depth technical analyses, the journal also reported on industry confabs and included some lighter fare.
The journal was renamed to UNIX Review's Performance Computing (UR/PC) Magazine with the April 1998 issue, and ceased print publication in 1999. The on-line publication ceased in 2007. It was published by REVIEW Publications of Renton, Washington. The rights to the title are currently owned by United Business Media (formerly CMP Media), but the UnixReview.com website is no longer active and the archives have been destroyed or hidden.
- Andrew Binstock, (editor in chief from 1991–1997), wrote "Word Wrap from the Editor"
- Stan Kelly-Bootle, writer of the "Devil's Advocate" column
- Ken Arnold, writer of the "The C Advisor" column
- Rich Morin, writer of the "The Human Factor" and "The Internet Notebook" columns
- Joe "Zonker" Brockmeier, writer of the "Tool of the Month" column
- Ed Schaefer, writer of the "Shell Corner" column
- Cameron Laird, regular contributor
- Emmett Dulaney, regular contributor
- Marcel Gagné, regular contributor
- Eric Foster-Johnson, regular contributor
- "ALR revolution server series wins UNIX Review Magazine's annual outstanding product award.". Business Wire. Gale Group. Nov 4, 1996. Retrieved August 27, 2010.
- Stan Kelly-Bootle. "Stan Kelly-Bootle (website home page)". Stan Kelly-Bootle's website. Retrieved August 27, 2010.
- "Unix Review Magazine". Retrieved August 27, 2010.
- "United Business Media plc profile and media properties". Retrieved August 27, 2010.
- wftl (January 20, 2005). "UnixReview.com". Marcel Gagné, Writer and Free Thinker at Large. Retrieved August 27, 2010.
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