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Norman Saul Matloff (born December 16, 1948) is an American professor of computer science at the University of California, Davis. He received his Doctor of Philosophy degree in 1975 from the mathematics department at the University of California, Los Angeles under the supervision of Thomas M. Liggett.
Matloff is also has certain political opinions and writes a blog. He views the increased use of H-1B visas in the high technology field as an unnecessary practice that harms the prospects of Americans in the field, and was featured in local American media on this topic. Gawker published an article on him "UC professor injects racism into H-1B debate"
- 1988: Probability Modeling and Computer Simulation: An Integrated Introduction With Applications to Engineering and Computer Science (Duxbury Series) (Wadsworth) ISBN 0-534-91854-9
- 1992: IBM Microcomputer Architecture and Assembly Language: A Look Under The Hood (Prentice Hall) ISBN 0-13-451998-1
- 2007: The Art of Debugging With Gdb/Ddd: For Professionals and Students (No Starch Press) ISBN 1-59327-002-X
- 2011: The Art of R Programming (No Starch Press) ISBN 1593273843
- Frauenheim, Ed (19 October 2000). "The scourge of Silicon Valley". Salon.com. Retrieved 2006-11-27.
- NEXT@CNN, Matloff interviewed on subject of H1-B and immigration of technology workers 28 September 2003
- Norman Matloff: "Debunking the Myth of a Desperate Software Labor Shortage", 1998-2002
- "UC professor injects racism into H-1B debate", 2008
- UC Davis: Faculty profile
- Norman Matloff's H-1B and Offshoring Web Page
- Norman Matloff's Computer Science Web Page
- Norman Matloff's Immigration Forum
- Upon Closer Inspection (Matloff blog)
-  (Gawker)
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