SmallTalk with Style

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Prentice Hall, 1996 - Computers - 127 pages
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For object-oriented programming courses in Smalltalk or as a supplement to concepts of programming language or software engineering courses using Smalltalk.

Designed to bridge the gap between well-established software engineering principles and the actual practice of programing in an OOP language such as Smalltalk, this text documents a minimal set of guidelines and potential standards in design techniques that promote easy reuse and maintenance of object-oriented code, reduce the number of defects, and make code easier to read.

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User Review  - Daniel Lyons - Goodreads

This thin volume is full of practical advice. Some of it is very Smalltalk-specific, some of it generalizes well. Quick read and worth it. Read full review

Contents

WHATS IN A NAME?
1
COMMENTS
25
Method Template
37
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Klims is a lecturer in the software engineering industry. He holds engineering degrees from Cleveland State and Carnegie Mellon Universities.

Skublics has been working at Object Technology International, Inc. as a manager of Education and Trainaing, and Technical Alliances.

Peter Williams and David Thomas are at the School of Ocean Sciences, University of Wales, Bangor, UK. Colin Reynolds is at the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Windermere, UK.

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