Once again, James Martin and James Odell rise to the challenge with Object-Oriented Methods: Pragmatic Considerations. Their goal: to convey practical methods, techniques, and guidelines for building systems using an OO approach. In doing so, they consider all phases of the system development lifecycle and address the various technologies directly affecting its efficiency.
In addition, Parts II, III, and VII provide step-by-step guidance for building software systems, offering developers general plans as well as detailed methods and techniques for constructing the next generation of automated systems.
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Focusing on implementation procedures, this book provides a great deal of practical knowledge for building systems using an object-oriented (oo) philosophy. It shows how object-oriented methods and techniques can be used to plan, analyze, design, construct, and transition systems. Covers diagramming techniques used to model system requirements; using design templates to generate oo program code; implementing oo concepts using non-oo implementations; the practice of reusability, standards for object interaction, and the future of software; and developing oo and client/server systems. For system developers who need to know how to specify and construct oo systems.
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