Archive for July, 2006
I would like to let you know that we signed a contract with John Wiley and Sons to publish the book. This is exciting for us and we are looking forward to working with them. More information is on www.fed.org. I am also hopeful that initial responses to the draft manuscript by [...]
I have been spending some time lately putting together a time line of key events in SAIC’s history for the book. It has been good to consider the many remarkable things we accomplished together, and I think our readers will find value in it. My question for you is this: What do you think are [...]
Some of you may have noticed the article about my book and this blog in the Sunday (July 9, 2006) San Diego Union-Tribune newspaper. I appreciated the article and thought the reporter did a fine job capturing valid and relevant points. In case you haven’t seen the article (which is titled “Dr. Beyster’s Book”), you’ll [...]
Where Have They Gone?
Companies Founded by SAIC Alumni
Over the years, a number of SAIC’s talented scientists and engineers have decided-for a variety of different reasons-to leave the company, starting their own businesses. In some cases, the companies were virtual clones of the SAIC model — incorporating employee ownership, a scientific culture, and more — while [...]