"Honey, i shrunk the types": how behavioral types loose relevance on the edges on OO applications and why a core data fabric is useful for adaptability

@inproceedings{Kuriakose2005HoneyIS,
  title={"Honey, i shrunk the types": how behavioral types loose relevance on the edges on OO applications and why a core data fabric is useful for adaptability},
  author={John Kuriakose},
  booktitle={OOPSLA Companion},
  year={2005}
}
OO Programs are built by first defining User Types within the language environment and then realizing program requirements by using the behavior defined by these Types.We argue against defining types to deal with every scenario.OO Programs within an enterprise have to deal with the non-OO world that includes RDBMS, other Applications, and humans etc. On these EDGES that OO programs interact with the non-OO world we have observed that there is little respect for Types and behavior while the… CONTINUE READING