Thomas J. McCabe is a mathematician, entrepreneur, and author. He is the founder of McCabe Software (Mccabe.com) which he grew to 175 people with European subsidiaries. Tom has authored three books and is highly published in computer science; he lectures in the US and overseas on software development as well as on entrepreneurship.
In 2009 Tom McCabe’s publication on Software Complexity was chosen as one of the retrospective 23 highest impact papers in computer science by the ACM-SIGSOFT. Tom was the 1998 recipient of the fourth international Stevens Award and presented the Stevens Lecture in Florence, Italy. He also testified before congress in the hearing entitled, “Year 2000: Biggest Problems and Proposed Solutions” in June of 1998. CNN Headline News aired a segment featuring Tom McCabe where he was interviewed on the Year 2000.
Tom has recently given presentations to the faculty and student body at the University of California Polytechnic, the University of Connecticut, the Citadel, and Maharishi University, on the topic of entrepreneurship. He gave a talk in Beijing to the Chinese Space Agency in June 2009 on software reliability. In December 2009 he gave a presentation to Greek CEOs in Athens on entrepreneurship; he makes presentations on his ideas to various industry leaders like Qualcomm in San Diego and the Department of Defense.
In March of 2011 Tom received an award as a distinguished graduate of the University of Connecticut mathematics department --- MS Mathematics 1966. It’s the third time the award has been granted in the University’s history.
Tom founded and runs a group of creative artists: http://artist-connection.blogspot.com/. He also founded and heads up a mentoring organization that coaches entrepreneurs: http://mentors-network.blogspot.com/. He recently organized and runs a Washington DC CEO organization: http://dc-ceos.blogspot.com/.
He has recently published a book of his poetry and stories. Tom’s story entitled ‘The After Smile’ appeared in the 2010 ‘what makes a smile’ exhibit in the American Visionary Art Museum. Tom's creative art-essay ‘The Vortex’ appeared in the American Visionary Art Museum in 2012.
His current focus is growing the Expanded Consciousness Institute.