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As a longtime leader in object-oriented development, we believe ObjectShare's ODAP brings real value with an indispensable service for those needing to protect their mission critical Smalltalk applications.
Object-oriented programming is the current state-of-the-art in software development.
The only difference is that it is described in an object-oriented programming language, such as C++ or SmallTalk, and then the same software object is reused every time any application uses the concept "customer.
Apple and IBM will form a joint-venture company to develop object-oriented software.
Studies have shown that object-oriented programming can improve programmer productivity somewhere between two and five times.
At last year's OOPSLA I asked participants what they would like to see in Communications in the area of object-oriented software technology.
ORG provides software developers and others with resources focusing on object database technology and the integration of object-oriented programming and databases," said Leon Guzenda, chief technology officer at Objectivity, Inc.
Of significant benefit to us, Objectivity is an object-oriented database platform that supports high availability with zero administration effort inside the field.
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.
Unlike other "callable library" optimizers that offer only a conventional API designed for procedural programming, the Solver Platform SDK offers both a conventional procedural API and a new, higher level, object-oriented API that simplifies and speeds application development.
Objectivity's object-oriented technology enables tight integration with this Java-based application enabling it to navigate the complex data models more easily and deliver higher performance.

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