Andrew Binstock is the editor-in-chief of Dr. Dobb's. Previously, he was the principal analyst at Pacific Data Works. He was a columnist for SD Times and senior contributing editor for InfoWorld. Earlier, he was in charge of technology forecasts for PricewaterhouseCoopers. Prior to that, he was the editorial director of UNIX Review, the principal technical UNIX publication. And earlier, he was the founder and editor of the C Gazette. Throughout his entire career, Binstock has been a software developer. He contributes currently to the open-source typesetting software project, Platypus. He co-authored Practical Algorithms for Programmers in 1995, which went through 16 printings before joining the long tail. He has also written or co-written two books on programming for Intel Press.