Michael G. Lamming (auth.), Oscar M. Nierstrasz (eds.)'s ECOOP’ 93 — Object-Oriented Programming: 7th European PDF
By Michael G. Lamming (auth.), Oscar M. Nierstrasz (eds.)
It is now greater than twenty-five years because object-oriented programming used to be “inve- ed” (actually, greater than thirty years due to the fact paintings on Simula started), yet, through all money owed, it is going to seem like object-oriented know-how has simply been “discovered” some time past ten years! while the 1st ecu convention on Object-Oriented Programming was once held in Paris in 1987, i feel it used to be in most cases assumed that Object-Oriented Progr- ming, like based Programming, might quick input the vernacular, and c- ference at the topic could swiftly turn into superfluous. to the contrary, the variety and influence of object-oriented ways and techniques keeps to extend, and, - spite the inevitable oversell and hype, object-oriented know-how has reached a degree of clinical adulthood that few may have foreseen ten years in the past. Object-oriented expertise additionally cuts throughout clinical cultural limitations like p- haps no different box of machine technology, as object-oriented ideas should be utilized to nearly the entire different components and impact nearly all elements of the software program existence cycle. (So, looking back, emphasizing simply Programming within the identify of the convention was once possibly a bit of short-sighted, yet at the very least the acronym is pronounceable and simple to rem- ber!) This year’s ECOOP attracted 146 submissions from all over the world - making the choice method even more durable than traditional. the chosen papers variety in subject from programming language and database matters to research and layout and reuse, and from adventure reviews to theoretical contributions.