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Fairfield U.’s code debugger a hit

A Fairfield University software-engineering professor has gotten a $7,500 grant to refine his diagnostic tool for ensuring bug-free software, a tool that Connecticut companies, including Sikorsky Aircraft, General Electric and Pitney Bowes, and NASA can’t wait to get their hands on… “This award is a great support for me to continue to build on my research in software engineering areas while providing opportunity for students at the school of engineering to be involved in research,” said Yoo, who chairs the software engineering program.

Published in Hartford Business Journal on 3/7/11

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