Object Solutions: Managing the Object-Oriented Project, by Grady Booch, gives developers and managers practical suggestions for applying object technology to their projects. This book is a valuable resource not only for those who are embarking on their first object-oriented project, but also for seasoned OO veterans. Drawing on his world-wide experience in object-oriented software engineering, Booch explains how to apply the sound principles of OO technology in order to make systems development more timely and effective. Booch presents the reader with pragmatic advice, including the recommended practices and rules of thumb that are the hallmarks of successful projects. Object Solutions is an exceptional resource that offers concise, practical advice from a noted OO practitioner.
- Provides a direct and balanced treatment of the most important issues facing object technology managers and developers.
- Draws upon Booch's broad experience with hundreds of object-oriented projects around the world.
- Emphasizes the practical aspects of managing OO projects by presenting project issues, implications, recommended practices, and rules of thumb.
- Presents numerous examples of real-world projects and demonstrates a variety of approaches to developing object-oriented systems.
Table of contents
1. First Principles.
2. Products and Process.
3. The Macro Process.
4. The Micro Process.
5. The Development Team.
6. Management and Planning.
7. Special Topics.
Summary of Recommended Practices.
Summary of Rules of Thumb.
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Published by Addison-Wesley Professional (October 12th 1995) - Copyright © 1996