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Center for Agile Technology

The University of Texas
Center for Agile Technology
Director David A. Brant
Location Austin, Texas, USA
Nickname CAT
Website .edu.utexas.catwww

The Center for Agile Technology (CAT) is an applied research unit of the University of Texas at Austin. Its director is David A. Brant.[1]

References

  1. ^ "CENTER FOR AGILE TECHNOLOGY Salaries at The University of Texas at Austin".  

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