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Third-party testing and stirrings of the new software engineering

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Councill, B. ; Texas Quintessence Corp., USA

As the discipline of software engineering prepares for the ever-increasing development of applications based on preproduced software components, it is time to reflect on the emergence of the engineering profession in the United States. A brief review of bridge construction-one of the earliest engineering endeavors-can help, as bridges are required for interrelationships among people and governments, the growth of commerce, and the proliferation of new ideas

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Software, IEEE  (Volume:16 ,  Issue: 6 )

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Nov/Dec 1999

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