Object-Oriented Software Development: A Practical Guide, 1st edition

  • Mark Lorenz

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Overview

This book leads the reader through a detailed, step-by-step process to run a successful project using object technology. KEY TOPICS: It describes an iterative development process for managing object-oriented (O-O) development efforts, an O-O development methodology to develop quality software, and O-O software development phases setting the framework for the entire effort. MARKET: A practitioner's book designed to help those who develop and deliver software systems, it is specifically aimed at development managers, architects, class programmers, application programmers, testers, information developers, and human factors staff.

Table of contents



1. Introduction.


2. The Iterative Development Process.


3. The O-O Development Methodology.


4. Software Development Phases.


5. Putting It All Together.


Appendix A: References.


Appendix B: Tool References.


Appendix C: Methodology Summary.


Appendix D: Complete ATM Application.


Appendix E: Requirements Specification Outline.


Appendix F: Development Team Roles.


Appendix G: Build Cycle.


Appendix H: Sample Line Item Schedule and Description.


Appendix I: Measurements and Metrics.


Appendix J: Smalltalk Coding Standards.

Published by Pearson (September 15th 1992) - Copyright © 1993