The Suburban Myth

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iUniverse, 2001 - 292 pages
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In his inventive and long-overdue Suburban Myth, Donaldson makes a spirited defense of the suburban way of life against its legion of detractors. Full of wit and wisdom, the book is a fascinating contribution to the city-country controversy.

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Scott E. Donaldson has more than 30 years of experience managing complex programs (ranging from 10's of millions to 100's of millions); expertise in systems development, process improvement, and technical cultural change. He is a Senior Vice President for Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) and is the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for its multi-billion dollar Health, Energy and Civilian Solutions Group. He teaches graduate courses in software engineering, software process improvement, and information technology at Johns Hopkins University, Whiting School of Engineering. He has a B.S., Operations Research from the United States Naval Academy and a M.S., Systems Management from the University of Southern California. Mr. Donaldson co-authored the software engineering books Successful Software Development: Making It Happen, Prentice Hall PTR, 2nd Edition; Successful Software Development: Study Guide, Prentice Hall PTR; and Cultivating Successful Software Development: A Practitioner's View, Prentice Hall PTR. He has contributed to the Encyclopedia of Software Engineering: Project Management--Success Factors, CRC Press and the Handbook of Software Quality Assurance: Software Configuration Management--A Practical Look, 3rd Edition.

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