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Les Hatton

2005c

A short potter through 21 years of software, er, engineering

Invited talk, 21st anniversary of Centre of Software ReliabilityCSR_Apr2005.pdf

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A personal overview of things I'm not happy about and things I'm quite excited about in software development over the period 1984-2005. One of the comparisons we can make is with hardware improvements in the same period. By this comparison, our progress in software seems modest indeed but there are one or two good signs. That the CSR is still thriving in an environment where most people don't really care very much about software failure generally is in itself a good sign. Thanks to Tom, Joan and the rest.None yet8

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