Beyond Object-Oriented Technology: Where Current Approaches Fall Short

@article{Fischer1995BeyondOT,
  title={Beyond Object-Oriented Technology: Where Current Approaches Fall Short},
  author={Gerhard Fischer and David F. Redmiles and Lloyd Williams and Gretchen I. Puhr and Atsushi Aoki and Kumiyo Nakakoji},
  journal={Human-Computer Interaction},
  year={1995},
  volume={10},
  pages={79-119}
}
Object-oriented (OO) technology has been heralded as a solution to the problems of software engineering. The claims are that OO technology promotes understandability, extensibility, evolvabilty, reusability, and maintainability of systems and that OO systems are easy to understand and use. However, this technology has not been as successful as expected. An analysis of experiences and empirical studies reveals that the problem is not the technology per se but that the technology provides no… CONTINUE READING

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