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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 020156355X, Paperback)There is more to "object-oriented" than application programming. Object-oriented methods have revolutionized the way analysts, designers, software engineers, project managers, and tool builders construct entire software systems. Object-Oriented System Development will help you to better understand the role of analysis and design in the object-oriented development process. Rather than subscribing to a particular object-oriented method, this book gives step-by-step instructions on how to put key object-oriented concepts to work in software construction. Many examples, including a full banking system, are developed throughout the book to illustrate the process of object-oriented software development from analysis, through design, and into implementation. With this book, you will learn how to: *use core object-oriented notions such as inheritance and encapsulation in analysis and design; *construct system models; *map designs to distributed-processing frameworks; *use prototypes more productively; *address system resource and performance issues; *use common tools and services; and *reuse declarative models, design architectures, and code. Although geared to software professionals involved in the development of medium, large, and distributed systems, Object-Oriented System Development is equally valuable to anyone who wants to gain a detailed technical perspective on the object-oriented software development process. "This book (Object-Oriented System Development) is for many different software professionals: analysts, designers, implementors, software engineers, project managers, students and teachers, and others." - Computing Reviews 020156355XB04062001
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