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Narrated in the form of a Powerbook entry by Dan Underwood, a computer programmer for Microsoft, this state-of-the-art novel about life in the '90s follows the adventures of six code-crunching computer whizzes. Known as "microserfs," they spend u
Wrote 5/20/11

I really don't know why I've waited so many years before reading this book. An unmissable classic!

Don't Panic!
Wrote 11/24/08
"Went into the office and played Doom for an hour. Deleted some e-mail.Morris from Word is in Amsterdam so I asked him to try out the vegetarian burger at a McDonald's there." "I think that Starbucks has patented a new configuration of the water mole...Continua
Wrote 8/24/08

a milestone for the Nineties: the description of a dreamless generation, the quest for normal life, the empathy between nerds.

Wrote 6/15/07

Lovely geeks in love.
Coding, debugging, trying-to-get-a-life.
A desperate and yet ironic, funny book.

Wrote 6/7/07

This book lets you understand how a developer can be lucky when he can work at a version 1.0.

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