<company> The company founded in 1974 by Edward Yourdon to provide educational, publishing, and consulting services in state-of-the-art software engineering technology.
Over the next 12 years, the company grew to a staff of over 150 people, with offices throughout North America and Europe.
As CEO of the company, Yourdon oversaw an operation that trained over 250,000 people around the world; the company was sold in 1986 and eventually became part of CGI, the French software company that is now part of IBM.
The publishing division, Yourdon Press (now part of Prentice Hall), has produced over 150 technical computer books on a wide range of software engineering topics; many of these "classics" are used as standard university computer science textbooks.
|< Previous Terms||Terms Containing Yourdon, Inc.||Next Terms >|
|You are not expected to understand this|
You know you've been hacking too long when...
Your mileage may vary