I am an Adjunct Professor in the College of Computer Science.
I teach the course COM3205, Fundamentals of Software Engineering.
Holland is the Vice President of Architecture and Systems Engineering at Kronos
Incorporated in Chelmsford, MA. Prior to joining Kronos, he worked for IBM, in
Florida and Texas, as a software systems designer and architect in the areas of
operating systems and network computing.
Dr. Holland received his Ph.D. degree in 1992 from the College of Computer Science at Northeastern University under Professor Karl Lieberherr. He has taught several nationally televised courses through Network Northeastern and National Technological University, as well as teaching graduate courses at Northeastern's College of Computer Science from time to time.
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