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Subject:object-oriented development From:Michael Collier <michacol -at- UPGRADE -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 24 May 1996 13:54:19 -0600
I would like to exchange e-mail with others who document object-oriented
software development projects.
I'm interested in exchanging information on development methodolgies and the
specific types of documentation they employ (use cases, analysis models,
object interaction graphs, class descriptions, etc.) in the creation of
design and development documentation.
I'm involved in developing a standard way of documenting O-O projects and
would like to engage in discussion with those who have done or are doing O-O
If this interests you please send me private e-mail.
michacol -at- upgrade -dot- com
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