Arturo Bejar and Gordie Freedman, for inventing the State Bundle technique.
Gordie Freedman and Monica Anderson, as my co-inventors of the Parimeter technique.
E. Dean Tribble, for inventing the precurson that inspired the Parimeter technique.
Electric Communities, for providing the necessity often needed for invention.
Marc Stiegler, for actually using each generation of persistence mechanism I produced, thereby forcing me to make it work.
Combex, Inc. and Johns Hopkins University, for funding much of this effort.
And the participants on the e-lang mailing list, for helping to hone both these ideas and their expression.
[Hardy03] Norm Hardy, "The Trusted Installer", 2003. Online at http://cap-lore.com/CapTheory/KK/Installer.html .
[Kahn00] Kenneth Kahn, "Generalizing by Removing Detail: How Any Program Can Be Created by Working with Examples", Communications of the ACM, March 2000; and in Your Wish is My Command: Programming By Example, ed. Henry Lieberman, Morgan Kaufmann 2001. Abstract online at http://www.toontalk.com/English/pbdabs.htm .
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