Weinberg, Gerald M.
Gerald Marvin Weinberg ('Jerry') is an author and teacher of the psychology and anthropology of computer software development. His most well-known books are The Psychology of Computer Programming and Introduction to General Systems Thinking both of which are considered to be classics. Weinberg is well-known for an engaging style of writing that calls upon his own humorous aphorisms, such as his Law of Twins.
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Work relevant to The IfSQ Standards for Computer Program Source Code:
Managing the Structured Techniques: Strategies for Software Development in the 1990's
- Edward Yourdon, Noam Chomsky, and Gerald M. Weinberg
- Published 1986 by Yourdon Press