Developing Object-oriented Software: An Experience-based Approach

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Prentice Hall PTR, 1997 - Computers - 636 pages
This book walks developers through every step of the object-oriented development process, showing how to tailor and document the development process that is ideal for their organizations.This book shows how to tailor your own object-oriented development process -- a process that delivers software more effectively and virtually documents itself. It presents new techniques for requirements gathering, performing initial object-oriented analysis, transitioning to object-oriented design from procedural environments, implementing a design, and validating the results. It includes comprehensive templates and examples for each phase of the lifecycle. It also presents a detailed case study of a complete project, with example workbook and work products.All object-oriented developers, regardless of the languages and environments they utilize.

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