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If we don't license ourselves, who will? [Software engineers]

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The ISO 9000 standards, which now have considerable influence on the software profession, were published without the participation of Japanese quality professionals. Now Japanese software organizations that try to achieve ISO certification are forced to adhere to alien rules, even if they have excellent processes and produce high-quality software. In the development of SPICE (the international version of the Capability Maturity Model), Japanese professionals decided not to repeat the mistake-40 software professionals are active participants. The author warns that similar problems will arise in the licensing of software engineers. Social pressure is inevitable. Software professionals must assert their opinion

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Software, IEEE  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 3 )