Gerald Weinberg

  Male      American      Scientist

  Born : Oct 27, 1933  

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Gerald Marvin (Jerry) Weinberg (born October 27, 1933) is an American computer scientist, author and teacher of the psychology and anthropology of computer software development. His most well-known books are The Psychology of Computer Programming and Introduction to General Systems Thinking.

Gerald Weinberg was born and raised in Chicago. In 1963 he received a PhD in Communication Sciences from the University of Michigan.

Weinberg started working in the computing business at IBM in 1956 at the Federal Systems Division Washington, where he participated as Manager of Operating Systems Development in the Project Mercury (1959–1963), which aimed to put a human in orbit around the Earth. In 1960 he published one of his first papers. Since 1969 he has been consultant and Principal at Weinberg & Weinberg. Here he conducts workshops such as the AYE Conference, The Problem Solving Leadership workshop since 1974, and workshops about the Fieldstone Method. Further Weinberg has been an author at Dorset House Publishing since 1970, consultant at Microsoft since 1988, and moderator at the Shape Forum since 1993..

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