[BSDCert] code of ethics
phackwer at gmail.com
Thu Sep 8 11:59:55 EDT 2005
Infortunatelly, in Brazil there is only the SBC (Sociedade Brasileira de
Computação - Brazilian Computing Society) but they do not present an ethic
code on their site. Also, the computing professionals in Brazil do not have
a legal recognition yet, leaving the market open for anyone who wants to say
they work with computing to do so.
There are, of course, other controls like if you are going to assemble
hardware, you must have an egineer, and all that, but software houses do not
have this kind of controls. There is no need for a software engineer to make
a software house, or a software at all. :-(
On 9/8/05, dlavigne6 at sympatico.ca <dlavigne6 at sympatico.ca> wrote:
> > I can contact both the ACS and BCS and find out what they would require
> > to recognise the BSD Certification if that would be useful.
> Please do and report back as that would be useful.
> I'm also interested in what is available in other parts of the world if
> anyone wants to report on their neck of the woods. This does not mean that
> there _will_ be a required code of ethics. This is merely researching what
> is available so we have the information available to make an informed
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