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Founded in 1983, ObjectShare is a leader in object-oriented business solutions for network computing.
HealthObjects has been developed using the Smalltalk object-oriented programming language.
The biggest benefit most companies see from object-oriented development is that they can reuse these objects.
The latest in the line of Object-Oriented products from ICONIX, the CD-ROM training course is being offered both separately and as part of a package, as it is also included in the newly released ICONIX "O-O Starter Kit.
But if object-oriented program is so great, why hasn't it taken over the world?
This Research Report -- "Object-Oriented Analysis and UML" -- provides practical tools and tips for using Object-Oriented Analysis (OOA) and Unified Modelling Language (UML) in real software projects.
According to Rosenberg, there is a growing demand for a good, sound introduction to Object-Oriented software engineering such as the ICONIX Object-Oriented Starter Kit offers: "We perceive a demand for a low- cost, low-risk product that can get developers started quickly in both learning and applying O-O methods to their projects.
ORG will contribute to making the portal a leading resource for object-oriented developers," says Roberto V.
John Carrington, Digitalk president and chief executive officer, said, "PARTS has become the preferred tool for larger enterprises to build scalable, object-oriented applications from components.
The company's flagship product, Objectivity/DB, is the leading object-oriented data management (OODB) platform for the real-time management of complex inter-related data.
INTERSOLV's Object-Oriented Analysis & Design package supports users currently developing in an object-oriented environment as well as developers who plan to migrate to an object-oriented environment over time.
Native Queries (NQ) reflect the current industry trend to construct data access as a native part of the object-oriented application, rather than using string-based, non-native access.

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