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A Realistic, Commercially Robust Process for the Development of Object-Oriented Software Systems

Tim Korson

The successful adoption of object technology requires far more than simply the adoption of an O-O language. Methods for O-O analysis and design must be selected and configured to fit within an overall software development process. This session examines the required elements of a realistic, commercially robust process for the development of object-oriented software systems.

Timothy D. Korson is currently a senior partner in the training and consulting firm Software Architects, executive director of Comsoft, and director of Southern Adventist University's Software Technology Center. He is a former visiting scientist at the SEI who taught software engineering at Clemson University for 7 years.

1997 International Conference on Software Engineering
Last modified: 10 May 1997