Architecting Object-Oriented Systems
Building object-oriented systems presents a different set of architectural choices and tradeoffs than are found when designing traditional systems. Some of the differences are technological, while other differences can be traced to the development methodologies and processes which are used.
This presentation will discuss some of the architectural choices which face an architect building an object-oriented system, and contrast these choices with those made when building traditional systems. Topics to be covered will include:
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