Objects in action: commercial applications of object-oriented technologies

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Objects in Action shatters the myth that object-oriented technology has no practical applications and puts the technology one step closer to widespread use. In conjunction with the 1992 Object World Conference, Object Management Group and ComputerWorld magazine had a contest, challenging companies to submit a short case study of how they had successfully put object-oriented technology to work. The top 20 entries form the basis of this book.

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About the author (1993)

Paul Harmon is the editor of the "Component Development Strategies" newsletter & Senior Consultant with the Cutter Consortium. He has coauthored many books, including "Understanding UML: The Developer's Guide", "The Object Technology Casebook" (Wiley), & the international bestseller "Expert Systems: Artificial Intelligence for Business" (Wiley).

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