Harry Sneed graduated from the University of Maryland with a Masters Degree
in Public Administration and Information Sciences in 1969. His work has
been as a Programmer/Analyst at the U.S. Navy Department, as a Programmer and
Instructor at the Volkswagen Foundation, as a Systemsprogrammer and
Project Leader at Siemens, as an independent Test Consultant, as a Software
Laboratory Leader for the SZAMOK and SZKI Institutes in Hungary, as a
Reengineering Project Leader at the Union Bank of Switzerland, as the
manager of a German Software House, and as an ESPRIT Research Consultant in
Italy and England. Currently, he is working as a tool developer for an
Austrian Software House developing OO-Software for banks in Vienna.
Harry Sneed has published more than 100 technical articles both in English
and German Computer Science Journals and proceedings, in addition to 11
books in Germany, including two on testing. His latest book on Object-
Oriented Testing will appear this year with Addison & Wesley. His last book
on Object-Oriented Software Migration appeared last year with the same
publishing company. In addition to his publishing work, Sneed has developed
more than 50 different Software Engineering Tools for maintenance, project
calculation, software measurement, software testing, software reverse &
-reengineering, software design and software auditing. He is currently in the
program committees of the International Conference on Software Maintenance,
the IEEE Workshop on Reverse Engineering, the IEEE Workshop on Program
Comprehension, and the European Conference on Maintenance and Reengineering.
His main interests are in Software-Metrics, -Maintenance, -Migration and
-Test. He is a member of the IEEE Computer Society and the ACM.