U.S. Programmers Are Falling Off The Pace
"U.S. programmers are falling off the pace" (Bits & Bytes, May 5, in some editions) incorrectly stated the results of a study on programmers' productivity. It should have said U.S. developers produced an average 3,540 lines of code last year, down almost 50% from 6,900 lines of code in 1995.
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