The following are
    personal web pages or blogs of
        famous or not so famous
            computer scientists, mathematicians, and others, as well as
    web archives of scientists who have passed away.

In Cyrillic letters

Генрих Саулович Альтшуллер (Genrikh Saulovich Al'tshuller) + pseudointerview

Владимир Иванович Вернадский (Vladimir Ivanovich Vernadsky): archive

Вячеслав Эрнстович Вольфенгаген (Vyacheslav Ernstovich Vol'fengagen)

Андрей Петрович Ершов (Andrey Petrovich Ershov); the same at this address

Дмитрий Кирсанов (Dmitry Kirsanov): company web site (the only one horizontally browsed that I know of)

Андрей Николаевич Колмогоров (Andrey Nikolaevich Kolmogorov) + this page, in English

Артемий Андреевич Лебедев (Artemy Andreevich Lebedev) + company web site

Александр Александрович Степанов (Alexander Stepanov): book, papers, lecture notes, interviews and programs

In Latin letters

Harold (Hal) Abelson

Joe Armstrong

Henry Baker: archive of publications

Fabrice Bellard (of the TCC, JS/Linux, QEMU, etc. fame)

Gilad Bracha

Walter Bright: blog on C, C++, and D

Leo Brodie + material on the subject of September 11

Nicolaas Govert de Bruijn

Luca Cardelli

Bill Casselman

Gregory John Chaitin

Bernard Chazelle

James Clark

Russ Cox

Edsger Wybe Dijkstra: archive; research on Dijkstra's life and work

Chris Double: blog on JavaScript, Factor, Mozilla/Firefox, etc.

Richard P. Gabriel

Jeremy Gibbons

Paul Graham

Philip Greenspun

Dick Grune

James Hague: blog

David R. Hanson

Brian Harvey

Carl Hewitt

Charles Antony Richard Hoare: several papers + page at Microsoft

John Hughes + official page

Graham Hutton

Simon Peyton Jones

Brian Kernighan: page at Princeton University + old page at Bell Labs

Oleg Kiselyov (Russ. Олег Киселёв); the same through this address

Donald Ervin Knuth + TAOCP (The Art of Computer Programming) + Computer musings

Andrew Koenig: blog on C and C++

Butler Lampson

Xah Lee

Peter Naur

John McCarthy

Malcolm Douglas McIlroy + what they say about him + old page at Bell Labs

Erik Meijer

Robin Milner: his page at Cambridge University + page about the π-calculus + extensive interview

Chuck Moore

Theodor Holm Nelson + page at NEW Magazine

Peter Norvig

Seymour Papert

David Lorge Parnas: lecture slides + interview

Steven Pemberton

Alan Jay Perlis: Epigrams in programming; also on this page, with some differences

Rob Pike + at Google

Kent Pitman

Vaughan Pratt

Jef Raskin, The Humane Interface, the now abandoned Archy project

Aza Raskin + Enso, Archy's successor

Dennis Ritchie

Joseph O'Rourke

Frank Ruskey

Bertrand Russell + The Bertrand Russell Archives + The Bertrand Russell Research Centre + Russell: the Journal of Bertrand Russell Studies

Jeffrey O. Shallit

Jürgen Schmidhuber

Michael Ian Shamos

Ben Shneiderman

Aaron Sloman

Mike Spivey

Richard Stallman

Jorge Stolfi

Ken Thompson

Edward Tufte

Alan Mathison Turing

Philip Wadler

John Walker: documents related to Charles Babbage's Analytical Engine, and a large amount of other material

 

 

 B. B. Bantchev