AdvancedCeePlusPlusProgrammingStylesAndIdioms", "SoftwarePatterns" and "MultiParadigmDesign for C++", and he wrote a column ("The column without a name") for the now defunct CppReport. He was co-editor of the PatternLanguagesOfProgramDesign 1 & 2 books, co-author with NeilHarrison of OrganizationalPatternsOfAgileSoftwareDevelopment and he is the host of the organization patterns repository at:
Note: this link is live but a lot of the pages underneath go to references such as http://web.archive.org/web/20061012032405/www.easycomp.org/cgi-bin/OrgPatterns?OrgPatterns see also OrgPatterns.
He has also been speaker, chair or member of the program committee in many conferences worldwide such as PLOP and OOPSLA. He has recently worked on a new book on multi-paradigm design.
You wrote, of "The Language Instinct": This is one of five books that I buy in lots because I'm ever giving copies away. -- JimCoplien
AnswerMe: May one ask what the other four are? Thanks.
It's not there. I did a couple of searches and could not find the list in wiki anywhere.
Hi Jim! During your stay in Brazil for SugarLoafPlop, you gave a talk where you defend the idea the software should be written as many authors would write a collaborative book. I argued that most collaborative writings suck. I believe that Wiki community would like to read about your ideas on it. -- GeraldoXexeo
I believe that Wiki community would like to write your ideas about it ;-) -- PhilJones
There are some links under JamesCoplien.