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After the responses I've seen to Gems O-O question, I would like to ask
you all a question:
Has anyone documented an Object-oriented application that was in its
final stages of development? Without being a member of the development
I ask this because, from my experience, *true* O-O projects carry with
them a new development methodology that wouldn't lend themselves well to
outside, contract writing. I would think that bringing a writer in in the
later stages of development would go against the methodologies proposed
in true O-O environments. Hmm.
- Matthew D. Danda
- Technical Writer Addicted to Software Development
- St. Louis, Missouri
- dandam -at- 1stnet -dot- net
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