Peopleware

Peopleware is a term used to refer to one of the three core aspects of computer technology, the other two being hardware and software.wikipedia
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Peopleware: Productive Projects and Teams

The neologism, first used by Peter G. Neumann in 1977 and independently coined by Meilir Page-Jones in 1980, was popularized in the 1987 book Peopleware: Productive Projects and Teams by Tom DeMarco and Timothy Lister.

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Peopleware is a term used to refer to one of the three core aspects of computer technology, the other two being hardware and software.

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Peopleware is a term used to refer to one of the three core aspects of computer technology, the other two being hardware and software.

Peter G. Neumann

Peter Neumann
The neologism, first used by Peter G. Neumann in 1977 and independently coined by Meilir Page-Jones in 1980, was popularized in the 1987 book Peopleware: Productive Projects and Teams by Tom DeMarco and Timothy Lister.

Tom DeMarco

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The neologism, first used by Peter G. Neumann in 1977 and independently coined by Meilir Page-Jones in 1980, was popularized in the 1987 book Peopleware: Productive Projects and Teams by Tom DeMarco and Timothy Lister.

Larry Constantine

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The term "Peopleware" also became the title and subject matter of a long-running series of columns by Larry Constantine in Software Development magazine, later compiled in book form.

Tim Lister

The term "Peopleware" is in general use among software practitioners to describe the extent to which an organization does or not conform to the book's proposed ideals.