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Head first object-oriented analysis and design.


Head first object-oriented analysis and design.

McLaughlin, Brett D. et al.

O'Reilly Media, Inc.


600 pages




This guide for software developers describes how formal object oriented analysis and design concepts are applied in the real world to create software that is easy to reuse, maintain, and extend. A small number of running examples are used throughout the volume and are augmented by puzzles, diagrams, and other strong visual elements that help make learning complex information easy and fun. It is assumed that the reader has a basic understanding of Java and/or C#.

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