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Software application development is moving closer to a long-held goal: engineering new systems by manipulating existing software parts and templates, writing new software only when necessary to add or change function or to glue together other parts. This issue is on methods and tools being used at IBM and elsewhere to approach that goal of application development through a software engineering style and discipline.
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