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John Harauz speaks on "Safety and Security Considerations in Developing Software"

Developing software is an inherently risky proposition—balancing budget and schedule constraints while ensuring the efficiency, effectiveness, safety, and quality of the software. The software development process is a complex undertaking comprised of specifying, designing, implementing, and testing. There is a need to provide proactive means to defend public safety as it may be affected by software.


Recorded 5 February 2007 in Vancouver, B.C. | Language: English


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