Tried and True Object Development: Industry-Proven Approaches with UML
Cambridge University Press, 1999 - Computers - 315 pages
Tried and True Object Development presents several practical approaches to the construction of software systems based on the principles of object orientation and component-based development. All of the practices in this book are used within Nokia, one of the most successful telecommunications companies of the last decade. Using the Unified Modeling Language, the experts from Nokia will show you how to: analyze, design, and develop both large- and small-scale projects, develop interactive software systems, create object-oriented data management systems, and implement components and patterns in your architecture. The book does not attempt to introduce a new, all-purpose software development paradigm or method. Instead, it provides practical guidelines and process models for the development of software systems.
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