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I am an assistant professor of Computer Science at The University of Texas at San Antonio. My area is Software Engineering. I teach both graduate and undergraduate courses.

Eventually, I hope my research will lead to something to make software engineers obsolete. I put it this way: "I make scaffolding to help make a bridge to a factory. That factory will make a product so that bridges are no longer necessary, nor scaffolding."


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comment DVCS and different versions of the same Product
@WilliamPayne: It's an alternative to the problem posed. (I would not recommend using version control for the above purpose. If you were to, however, a DVCS like Teamware/Hg/Git is the way to go.)