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  • These are impressive amounts of software, yet if you bought a premium-class automobile recently, “it probably contains close to 100 million lines of software code,” says Manfred Broy, a professor of informatics at Technical University, Munich, and a leading expert on software in cars.

    software

  • These are impressive amounts of software, yet if you bought a premium-class automobile recently, “it probably contains close to 100 million lines of software code,” says Manfred Broy, a professor of informatics at Technical University, Munich, and a leading expert on software in cars.

    cars and automotive software complexity

  • Some large charter networks are able to overcome these financial hurdles with private fundraising, Broy said, but many smaller ones struggle year after year to make ends meet.

    News - chicagotribune.com

  • Despite their popularity, charter high schools receive $7,300 in operational spending per pupil from the state, about half as much as neighborhood schools in CPS, said Andrew Broy, president of the Illinois charter network.

    News - chicagotribune.com

  • Broy and Mecca walk across the arena, her long legs dangling straight down his sides, her feet well below his belly.

    Chicago Reader

  • Resnick holds Mecca's slack lead while Broy uses a hay bale to get on his bare back.

    Chicago Reader

  • Broy said one of the biggest problems facing groups looking to open charters schools is failure to assemble a team with the expertise to handle the job and understand its scope.

    ajc.com - News

  • Broy helps Jessica onto the pony, then uses an overturned bucket to mount Mecca.

    Chicago Reader

  • His departure comes as Georgia prepares to defend a constitutional challenge that could unravel some of the work Broy did to grow charter campuses in the state.

    ajc.com - News

  • Broy predicts Georgia will see charters grow rapidly with two authorizers approving campuses, but there will still be some resistance, he said.

    ajc.com - News

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