|Business software maker Vaporware, Inc., recently hired five new college
graduates in computer programming to work on its customer management product,
E.phemeral 10.1. Each of the five hires--two women (Alice, Melanie) and
three men (Chad, Jeff, Peter)--is assigned to a team working on a different
part of the overall product; one is assigned to the Database team. Given
the input below, you should be able solve this Logic Problem by computing
each person's full name, where he or she received a C.S. degree, and the
E.phemeral 10.1 team for which he or she develops software.
- The five new computer programmers at Vaporware, Inc., are Peter, the
graduate of Power Tech, the person assigned to the E-Mail Tool product,
Mr. Screen, and the one on the Graphical Interface team.
- Ms. Hightower isn't the C.S. grad from Amherst A. & M. or Thurber College.
- Askey isn't assigned to the Graphical Interface project.
- Melanie didn't attend Power Tech.
- Jeff, who isn't Screen, isn't the one working on the Applications Server
- Neither of the two women graduated from Summerset State.
- The new hire out of the University of the North isn't Chad.
- The Power Tech alum isn't Alice.
- Peter's assignment isn't to the Applications Server group.
- The C.S. graduate from Summerset State is on neither the E.phemeral
Call Center project nor the Applications Server team.
- The person who writes software in support of the product's Graphical
Interface didn't come to the company from the University of the North.
- New employee Keys, who isn't Melanie, didn't earn a degree from
Amherst A. & M.
- Mr. Boardman's initial Vaporware, Inc., job isn't on the Call Center