Object-oriented Software Engineering: The Professional Developer's Guide

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Institute of Software Engineering, 1993 - Computers - 399 pages
The aim of this book is to explain and demystify object-orientation in software development, taking the student through the benefits - and pitfalls - at all stages in the software engineering life cycle. It explains how the concepts can be implemented and what tools are available. It goes on to discuss and compare tools and techniques for analysis, design, programming and storing objects. The book also shows the practical steps required to migrate from traditional to object-oriented methods and features five real-life case studies showing how object-oriented techniques are being applied in actual projects. It details 20 products in depth, with a further 20 described in the text. Key features are compared in tabular form.

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INTENDED The intended readership spans the complete development team from manager
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The OO software engineering life cycle
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Analysis and design
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