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Thierry is a graduate in electrical engineering and computer science from Supélec in Paris and a graduate from the French Institute for Higher National Defense IHEDN. As well as being the author of many books about information technology and economy, during the 1980s he wrote a few fiction books. One of his most popular titles was Softwar , a Cold War thriller(La guerre douce), which he coauthored with Denis Beneich. Originally written in French, the book was translated into English in 1986.