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Intended as an introduction to the basic concepts of object-oriented programming, this book describes the concepts of prototypes and explains why and how they can improve the way in which object-oriented programs are developed. Presents prototyping, object-oriented software construction, modularization techniques and lifecycles in detail. Presents project management and software engineering tools and gives basic knowledge necessary for undertaking software projects. Addresses anyone who plans, develops or implements software, anyone involved, by choice or by necessity, with fundamental questions regarding the design of large software systems. this includes primarily professional software developers, university teachers and computer science students.
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Original Language: German
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Book Description Prentice-Hall. Condition: New. pp. 350. Seller Inventory # 4693756