Building Object-Oriented Software

Building Object-Oriented Software

by Stephen L. Montgomery
     
 

When organizations fail to plan adequately for systems integration, IS specialists are left to pick up the pieces as best they can. Among the various methods of integrating legacy systems under a single, more manageable architecture, one approach clearly excels: object technology. But how do you make the leap from the theory of objects to their real-world application… See more details below

Overview

When organizations fail to plan adequately for systems integration, IS specialists are left to pick up the pieces as best they can. Among the various methods of integrating legacy systems under a single, more manageable architecture, one approach clearly excels: object technology. But how do you make the leap from the theory of objects to their real-world application in the information systems environment? This guide has many of the answers. Aimed at IS managers and C, C++, and Java programmers, it provides a practical and reliable stepping stone that starts with a business process focus and moves logically into the technical world of design and programming. Step by step, under the wing of one of the industry's best teachers, you'll master the use of object concepts and emerging industry standards to model your organization's databases and processes.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780070431966
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Osborne
Publication date:
07/22/1998
Pages:
352

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