Karl Wiegers

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Karl E. Wiegers (born 1953) is an American software engineer, consultant, and trainer in the areas of software development, management, and process improvement. He is known as the author of many articles and several books mainly focused on software requirements. He is also the author of a memoir of life lessons titled Pearls from Sand: How Small Encounters Lead to Powerful Lessons and a mystery novel titled The Reconstruction.

Biography[edit]

Karl received a B.S. degree in chemistry from Boise State College (1973), and M.S. (1975) and Ph.D. (1977) degrees in organic chemistry from the University of Illinois.[1] Karl spent 18 years, from 1979 till 1998, at Eastman Kodak Company.[1]

In 1997, Karl started his own software process consulting and training company, Process Impact, which focuses on practical software process improvement.[2]

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Publications[edit]

  • 2017. The Reconstruction. Agent Q Bookworks. ISBN 978-0-9992053-0-3
  • 2013. Software Requirements, 3rd Edition (with Joy Beatty). Microsoft Press. ISBN 978-0-7356-7966-5
  • 2011. Pearls from Sand: How Small Encounters Lead to Powerful Lessons. Morgan James Publishing. ISBN 978-1-60037-999-4
  • 2007. Practical Project Initiation: A Handbook with Tools. Microsoft Press. ISBN 0735625212
  • 2006. More About Software Requirements: Thorny Issues and Practical Advice. Microsoft Press. ISBN 0-7356-2267-1
  • 2003. Software Requirements, 2nd Edition. Microsoft Press. ISBN 0-7356-1879-8
  • 2002. Peer Reviews in Software: A Practical Guide. Addison-Wesley. ISBN 0-201-73485-0
  • 1999. Software Requirements, 1st Edition. Microsoft Press. ISBN 0-7356-0631-5
  • 1996. Creating a Software Engineering Culture. Dorset House Publishing. ISBN 0-932633-33-1

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Karl Wiegers' Bio at www.processimpact.com. Retrieved November 22, 2012.
  2. ^ [she Karl Wiegers's Bio] at www.karlwiegers.com. Retrieved November 22, 2012.

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