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The Grand Unified Theory of Software Engineering

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The Grand Unified Theory of Software Engineering
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Publisher: Industrial Info Systems
ISBN/ASIN: 9197462012
ISBN-13: 9789197462013
Number of pages: 235

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This book is the result of innumerable longwinded, oftentimes unnecessarily complicated, discussions between the authors on the nature of software engineering, machines, minds, design, software, engineering, organizations and more.

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