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Jones, C. ; Software Productivity Res. Inc., Burlington, MA, USA

End-user software development is a growing avocation in every industry and every country. By the middle of the next century, computer literacy and programming skills will be almost as common as reading and writing skills. Almost every knowledge worker in the world will be able to program if he or she sets out to do so. The implications of widespread end-user software are only just beginning to be considered. There are many exciting possibilities and some potential hazards. The time is now at hand to consider business topics such as ownership of end-user applications and liability in cases of significant errors

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Computer  (Volume:28 ,  Issue: 9 )