Known as the “Father of Software Quality” Watts Humphrey, founder of the Software Process Program at the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute (SEI) and recipient of the National Medal of Technology, died Thursday at his home in Sarasota, Florida. He was 83.
One of my favorite I.T. related Quotes:
“The problem of software process change are often complicated by the fact that no one is responsible to make it happen. If software process improvement isn’t anybody’s job, it is not surprising that is doesn’t get done! If it is important enough to do, however, someone must be assigned the responsibility and given the necessary resources. Until this is done, software process development will remain a nice thing to do someday, but never today.”