Paul Asman

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In 1999 and earlier, many software shops put new development on hold as they successfully moved existing applications into year 2000 compliance. Even object-oriented shops brought some procedural applications into compliance rather than replace them. The effort points to the widespread and continued use of legacy applications. The success points to the(More)
Object-oriented software developers often create models, especially if they work cooperatively with users. Developers use models to show users that they understand their domain and needs, and to give programmers a basis for coding. Models that meet both these goals can be difficult to create. Some of the trouble lies in determining whether to represent(More)
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