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An object oriented approach to reuse

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Dinger, R.H. ; Boeing Comput. Services, Seattle, WA, USA

This paper presents software development techniques that enhance reuse. The techniques are discussed within an object oriented context, although some are applicable to any development approach. Object oriented technology often claims to solve productivity problems through the well-known principle of not reinventing the wheel. But technology alone is not enough to serve the problem. The solution is not so simple, there are no “silver bullets”. The solutions lie primarily in improved approaches to software development

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Northcon/94 Conference Record

Date of Conference:

11-13 Oct 1994

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