Behind the Scenes of How Software is Made

Behind the Scenes of How Software is Made
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Behind the Scenes of How Software is Made

Behind the Scenes of How Software is Made
December 2012 in Kirkland

Every day we use dozens of software applications, from Google to iPhone apps to the controls on your television set. However, how software is made can be a mystery. In this Science Café, Chris Vander Mey, author and former Google Product Manager and Amazon Engineering Manager, will explore the relatively new business of software engineering, and how what happens behind the scenes at these companies affects the software you use each day.

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