Issue No. 06 - November (1995 vol. 12)
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<p><it>Every once in a while, a technical periodical publishes something that readers cut out and pin to the office bulletin board. I suspect that Tom DeMarco’s comments may warrant the mutilation of this issue.</it></p><p><it>This column is excerpted from Tom’s new book</it>, Why Does Software Cost So Much? (and Other Puzzles of the Information Age), ©<it>1995 by Tom DeMarco, published by Dorset House. The book consists of 24 essays: 14 reprints (several of which first appeared in</it> IEEE Software<it>) and 10 new essays.</it></p><p>—<it>Roger Pressman</it></p>
T. DeMarco, "What 'Lean and Mean' Really Means," in IEEE Software, vol. 12, no. , pp. 101-102, 1995.