The Corba Reference Guide: Understanding the Common Object Request Broker Architecture

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Addison Wesley Professional, 1998 - Computers - 407 pages
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Serving as a tutorial, guidebook and reference all in one, this text offers a clear explanation of CORBA and provides a complete reference to the standard. More importantly, it shows how to use the standard for distribution applications development, with numerous extensive case studies and examples illustrating how to put CORBA to work.

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Contents

Introduction
1
ObjectOrientation
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CHAPTER
8
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About the author (1998)

Alan LaMont Pope began programming in 1970 on a PDP 8/L and an IBM 360. Beginning in the early 1970s, he worked in information systems for various Fortune 500 companies. In 1989, Alan was part of a joint team from Hewlett-Packard and Sun Microsystems that built the Distributed Object Management Framework, which OMG selected as the Common Object Request Broker Architecture. He is currently President of Parliament Hill Software, Inc., which specialized in large scale distributed Java applications.

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