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Object Technology Strategies and Tactics

Author : Gilbert L. Singer
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This is the first book to present object-oriented concepts and to help the reader select a methodology, while simultaneously describing the broad range of OO analysis and design methodologies. Object Technology Strategies and Tactics identifies critical areas in which the use of the object-oriented paradigm affects management and developer decisions. Then, without getting overly technical, it provides techniques for resolving these issues. The author draws on more than 30 years' experience in developing software to present practical advice on such topics as managing reuse, selecting an object-oriented methodology, creating specialized hierarchies, and getting the most from a training and consulting budget. Designed for both managers and software developers interested in understanding OO concepts, this book will help the reader make intelligent analysis, design, and management decisions. Language independent, this nuts-and-bolts guide is designed to help minimize the risks and maximize the benefits of OT.

NO BULL Object Technology for Executives

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Explains the benefits and pitfalls of investing in OO technology from a financial and human resources perspective.

Distributed Object Architectures with CORBA

Author : Henry Balen
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This book is a guide to creating a software architecture comprised of distributed components. While it is based on OMG's CORBA standard, the principles also apply to architecture built with other technology, such as Microsoft's DCOM.

Object Modeling and Design Strategies

Author : Sanjiv Gossain
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Describes the techniques, strategies and tools for modeling real-world problems using object technology.

Tried and True Object Development

Author : Ari Jaaksi
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Written by four experienced software developers, this is a practical book about object-based and component-based software development.

Handbook of Object Technology

Author : Saba Zamir
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The object oriented paradigm has become one of the dominant forces in the computing world. According to a recent survey, by the year 2000, more than 80% of development organizations are expected to use object technology as the basis for their distributed development strategies. Handbook of Object Technology encompasses the entire spectrum of disciplines and topics related to this rapidly expanding field - outlining emerging technologies, latest advances, current trends, new specifications, and ongoing research. The handbook divides into 13 sections, each containing chapters related to that specific discipline. Up-to-date, non-abstract information provides the reader with practical, useful knowledge - directly applicable to the understanding and improvement of the reader's job or the area of interest related to this technology. Handbook of Object Technology discusses: the processes, notation, and tools for classical OO methodologies as well as information on future methodologies prevalent and emerging OO languages standards and specifications frameworks and patterns databases metrics business objects intranets analysis/design tools client/server application development environments

More Process Patterns

Author : Scott W. Ambler
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Presents patterns for the Deliver and the Maintain and Support phases of large-scale system development.

Building Object Applications that Work

Author : Scott W. Ambler
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Reviews the entire process of building object applications from analyzing the project, to designing a user-friendly interface and testing the functionality of your approaches.

Enterprise Java Computing

Author : Govind Seshadri
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From the founding editor-in-chief of 'Java Report Online' comes advanced information on JDBC, servlets, JNI, RMI, Java IDL, and EJBs - the basic building blocks of any significant corporate business application. Enterprise Java Computing is the ideal hands-on reference, not only for mastering these cutting-edge concepts, but also for gaining hard knowledge on practical design and deployment issues. Using this book, developers should be able to: * Integrate relational databases with RMI and servlets using JDBC * Develop sophisticated servlet-based middleware * Design multi-tier EJB applications * Write Jini services * Understand advanced issues regarding RMI and Java IDL development * Perform Java/legacy-system integration using JNI This book empowers corporate developers to deliver mission-critical Java applications that can be deployed in the real world. With Enterprise Java Computing the reader will master the critical building blocks that are necessary for developing robust client-server applications, without getting bogged down in the specifics of the Java language and its syntax.

Developing Business Objects

Author : Andy Carmichael
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Presents the successes and failures of the pioneers who used object-oriented methods and languages in commercial applications.