Alan W. Cafruny '74, coeditor, A Ruined Fortress? Neoliberal Hegemony and Transformation in Europe (Rowman & Littlefield). A professor of government at Hamilton College, Cafruny here brings together eleven theoretically ambitious chapters, including two that he himself wrote, dealing with research on European integration.

Rodger D. Drabick '63, Best Practices for the Formal Software Testing Process (Dorset House). Written primarily for test engineers and managers, this book offers a comprehensive guide to the all-important process of testing software. The key premise: testing is not some "phase" that follows software development but rather a process that must be planned and implemented hand-in-hand with the software.

Robin F. Goldsmith '65, Discovering Real Business Requirements for Software Project Success (Artech House). Goldsmith, the president of a consulting firm called Go Pro Management, tells how to define business requirements so that the new software developed for those requirements truly meets needs.