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38EEDonald J. Bagert, Daniel Naoh Port, Hossein Saiedian: Software Engineering Education, Training, and Research: The Legacy of Nancy Mead. CSEE&T 2008: 238-243
37EEDonald J. Bagert: Education and Training in Software Engineering. Wiley Encyclopedia of Computer Science and Engineering 2008
36EEDonald J. Bagert, Michael J. Lutz: Visioning a Certification Exam for Graduating Software Engineers. CSEE&T 2006: 246
35EEMichael J. Lutz, Donald J. Bagert: Guest Editors' Introduction: Software Engineering Curriculum Development. IEEE Software 23(6): 16-18 (2006)
34EEDonald J. Bagert, Susan A. Mengel: Developing and using a web-based project process throughout the software engineering curriculum. Journal of Systems and Software 74(2): 113-120 (2005)
33EEDonald J. Bagert: SEER: Charting a Roadmap for Software Engineering Education. CSEE&T 2004: 158-161
32 Donald J. Bagert: Licensing and Certification of Software Professionals. Advances in Computers 60: 2-35 (2004)
31EEDonald J. Bagert: Norm's Legacy: A Perspective from the Next Generatio. CSEE&T 2003: 22-26
30EEJ. Fernando Naveda, Donald J. Bagert, Steve Seidman, Jocelyn Armarego, Thomas B. Hilburn, Susan Eisenbach: Developing an Undergraduate Software Engineering Degree. CSEE&T 2003: 318-
29EEStephen B. Seidman, James Mason, Donald J. Bagert, J. Fernando Naveda, Ann E. Kelley Sobel, Dennis J. Frailey, Allen S. Parrish: Certification for Software Professionals: The IEEE Computer Society?s CSDP Program. CSEE&T 2003: 323-
28EEDonald J. Bagert, Susan A. Mengel: Using a Web-Based Project Process Throughout the Software Engineering Curriculum. ICSE 2003: 634-640
27EEEduardo Fuentetaja, Donald J. Bagert: Software Evolution from a Time-Series Perspective. ICSM 2002: 226-229
26EEDonald J. Bagert: Texas licensing of software engineers: all's quiet, for now. Commun. ACM 45(11): 92-94 (2002)
25EEHossein Saiedian, Donald J. Bagert, Nancy R. Mead: Software Engineering Programs: Dispelling the Myths and Misconceptions. IEEE Software 19(5): 35-41 (2002)
24EEAnn E. Kelley Sobel, Donald J. Bagert, David A. Carrington, Yoshihiro Matsumoto, Pierre N. Robillard, J. Barrie Thompson: SWEBOK as an International Foundation for Software Engineering Program Accreditation (Panel). CSEE&T 2001: 293
23EEDonald J. Bagert, Thomas B. Hilburn, Gregory W. Hislop, Michael J. Lutz, Michael McCracken, Steve McConnell: Programming Skills of Software Engineering Students: What Is Required? (Panel). CSEE&T 2001: 39-
22 Kenneth L. Modesitt, Donald J. Bagert, Laurie Honour Werth: Academic Software Engineering: What Is and What Could Be? Results of the First Annual Survey for International SE Programs. ICSE 2001: 643-652
21 Peter Freeman, Donald J. Bagert, Hossein Saiedian, Mary Shaw, Robert Dupuis, J. Barrie Thompson: Software Engineering Body of Knowledge (SWEBOK). ICSE 2001: 693-696
20EEGregory W. Hislop, Donald J. Bagert, Wendy Doube, Jeanne L. Murtagh: Faculty Issues in Distance Education (panel). CSEE&T 2000: 261-
19EENancy R. Mead, Hossein Saiedian, Günther Ruhe, Donald J. Bagert, Helen M. Edwards, Michael Ryan: Shortages of qualified software engineering faculty and practitioners (panel session): challenges in breaking the cycle. ICSE 2000: 665-668
18EEDonald J. Bagert: Licensing Software Engineers: The Computer Society Must Continue to Lead. COMPSAC 1999: 200-201
17EELaurie Honour Werth, Donald J. Bagert, Nancy R. Mead, F. Goucher, R. Turner, D. Gordon: Software Engineering - The State of the Profession. CSEE&T 1999: 114-
16EEPer H. Andersen, Joseph Pizzi, Runlin Zhu, Youling Cao, Donald J. Bagert, John K. Antonio, Fred Lott, John C. Grieger: Evaluation of a Methodology for the Reverse Engineering and Parallelization of Sequential Code. PDSE 1999: 124-133
15EEDonald J. Bagert, Thomas B. Hilburn, Gregory W. Hislop, Nancy R. Mead, Susan A. Mengel, Hossein Saiedian: A report on the 1999 Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training. SIGCSE 1999: 346-347
14EEDonald J. Bagert: Taking the Lead in Licensing Software Engineers. Commun. ACM 42(4): 27-29 (1999)
13EEThomas B. Hilburn, Gregory W. Hislop, Donald J. Bagert, Michael J. Lutz, Susan A. Mengel, Michael McCracken: Guidance for the development of software engineering education programs. Journal of Systems and Software 49(2-3): 163-169 (1999)
12EEDonald J. Bagert: A model for the software engineering component of a computer science curriculum. Information & Software Technology 40(4): 195-201 (1998)
11EEBen A. Calloni, Donald J. Bagert, H. Paul Haiduk: Iconic programming proves effective for teaching the first year programming sequence. SIGCSE 1997: 262-266
10EEDonald J. Bagert, William M. Marcy, Ben A. Calloni: A successful five-year experiment with a breadth-first introductory course. SIGCSE 1995: 116-120
9EEDonald J. Bagert, Barbara Boucher Owens: Organizing a team for the ACM programming contest (abstract). SIGCSE 1995: 402
8EEBen A. Calloni, Donald J. Bagert: ICONIC programming in BACCII vs. textual programming: which is a better learning environment? SIGCSE 1994: 188-192
7EEDonald J. Bagert: Competing in the ACM Scholastic Programming Contest (abstract). ACM Conference on Computer Science 1993: 528
6EEDonald J. Bagert: A core course in computer theory: design and implementation issues. SIGCSE 1989: 161-164
5EEDonald J. Bagert: On designing a language for exclusive use in a syntax directed programming environment. ACM Conference on Computer Science 1988: 682
4EEDonald J. Bagert, Daniel I. A. Cohen, Gary Ford, Donald K. Friesen, Daniel D. McCracken, Derick Wood: The increasing role of computer theory in undergraduate curricula. SIGCSE 1988: 223
3EEDonald J. Bagert: Should computer science examinations contain "programming" problems? SIGCSE 1988: 288-292
2EEDonald J. Bagert, Donald K. Friesen: A multi-language syntax-directed editor. ACM Conference on Computer Science 1987: 300-302
1EEDonald J. Bagert: IMEGS (abstract): an incremental multi-language editor generator and system. ACM Conference on Computer Science 1986: 433

Coauthor Index

1Per H. Andersen [16]
2John K. Antonio [16]
3Jocelyn Armarego [30]
4Ben A. Calloni [8] [10] [11]
5Youling Cao [16]
6David A. Carrington [24]
7Daniel I. A. Cohen [4]
8Wendy Doube [20]
9Robert Dupuis [21]
10Helen M. Edwards [19]
11Susan Eisenbach [30]
12Gary Ford [4]
13Dennis J. Frailey [29]
14Peter Freeman [21]
15Donald K. Friesen [2] [4]
16Eduardo Fuentetaja [27]
17D. Gordon [17]
18F. Goucher [17]
19John C. Grieger [16]
20H. Paul Haiduk [11]
21Thomas B. Hilburn [13] [15] [23] [30]
22Gregory W. Hislop [13] [15] [20] [23]
23Fred Lott [16]
24Michael J. Lutz [13] [23] [35] [36]
25William M. Marcy [10]
26James Mason [29]
27Yoshihiro Matsumoto [24]
28Steve McConnell [23]
29Daniel D. McCracken [4]
30Michael McCracken [13] [23]
31Nancy R. Mead [15] [17] [19] [25]
32Susan A. Mengel [13] [15] [28] [34]
33Kenneth L. Modesitt [22]
34Jeanne L. Murtagh [20]
35J. Fernando Naveda [29] [30]
36Barbara Boucher Owens [9]
37Allen S. Parrish [29]
38Joseph Pizzi [16]
39Daniel Naoh Port [38]
40Pierre N. Robillard [24]
41Günther Ruhe [19]
42Michael Ryan [19]
43Hossein Saiedian [15] [19] [21] [25] [38]
44Stephen B. Seidman [29]
45Steve Seidman [30]
46Mary Shaw [21]
47Ann E. Kelley Sobel [24] [29]
48J. Barrie Thompson [21] [24]
49R. Turner [17]
50Laurie Honour Werth [17] [22]
51Derick Wood [4]
52Runlin Zhu [16]

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