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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Object technology transfer.
Henley on Thames : Alfred Waller, 1994
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
A J O'Callaghan; M Leigh
|Description:||300 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Coming to terms with the object technology skills gap, A. O'Callaghan; the view from industry, L. Harries; the role and work in progress of the OMG and object technology standards, E. Leech; analysis, design and programming - what is the difference?, S. Cook; what do programmers need to become object oriented?, H. Sharpe; bridging the skills gap between structured analysis methods and object-oriented analysis, N. McBride; re-skilling for object technology, R. Holmes; object-oriented analysis workshop, A. Carmichael; lifecycles, phases and deliverables in an OMT project, D. Kavanagh; MIRO, D. Smallwood; towards an OOP learning environment, M. Skipper and I. Smith; INTOOM - method overview, A. van der Hoogenhoff et al; multimedia and the teaching of object orientation, F. Ashad; insight into object-oriented software engineering, F. Lindstrom; straw objects and round models, P. Prendergast; business process re-engineering and object technology, S. Khosla; business case for objects - reuse of abstract enterprise level business objects, E. Shaw; resources for object technology adoption, A. O'Callaghan.|
|Responsibility:||edited by A.J. O'Callaghan and M. Leigh.|