Issue No. 12 - December (1977 vol. 10)
R. Chattergy , University of Hawaii
Education?the structured part of it, at any rate?of a computer professional has traditionally ended with undergraduate training at a university. After that, and for the major part of his productive life, his learning seems to occur chiefly through peer group osmosis. This process is failing to keep pace with the rapid development of the computer industry.
U. Pooch and R. Chattergy, "Continuing Education for the Computer Professional:* The Role of the Professional Society," in Computer, vol. 10, no. , pp. 124-128, 1977.