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An object-oriented course at Monash University (Australia). The course deals with the object-oriented paradigm in a software engineering context; to develop software systems; object-oriented concepts; class vs object, inheritance, client-supplier relationship, types, polymorphism, dynamic binding, genericity; object-oriented design methods; design by contract for software reliability and extendability; abstract data types; implementation in a reuse and quality culture; testing; incremental system development with process and product metrics; comparisons of object-oriented languages.
A course called Pedagogical Pattern #24: Client-Server-Negotiation (CSN). This course is intended to enable students to experience practically such advantages of oo technology, for instance conceptual adequacy, seamlessness, requirement traceability, or component reusability by taking over client/server responsibilities.
A site with information about a class in Computing Sciences at the School of Computing Sciences at the University of Technology, Syndney
The home page for the Cal. State-Sacramento Computer Science Department. This page contains information about the faculty, classes, advising forms, technical reports, research reports, and more from the department.
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