Object-oriented Software Development: A Practical Guide

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PTR Prentice Hall, 1993 - Computers - 227 pages

This book leads the reader through a detailed, step-by-step process to run a successful project using object technology. KEY TOPICS: It describes an iterative development process for managing object-oriented (O-O) development efforts, an O-O development methodology to develop quality software, and O-O software development phases setting the framework for the entire effort. A practitioner's book designed to help those who develop and deliver software systems, it is specifically aimed at development managers, architects, class programmers, application programmers, testers, information developers, and human factors staff.

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Contents

Iterative Development Process
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OO Development Methodology
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Software Development Phases
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