Does Object-Oriented Programming Fit in the Real World of ATE?

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Software development has always been an art rather than a science. Although much literature has been published that attempts to illusuate good programming practices, no breakthroughs have occurred since the advent of procedures and Structured Programming. No consistent methods existed for translating design specifications into their commensurate code. OOP… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/TEST.1992.527829

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@inproceedings{Levy1992DoesOP, title={Does Object-Oriented Programming Fit in the Real World of ATE?}, author={Richard S. Levy}, booktitle={ITC}, year={1992} }