This practical book by two industry leaders continues to be a self-teaching guide for software analysts and developers. This revised edition teaches readers how to actually qdoq object-oriented modeling using UML notation as well as how to implement the model using C++. The authors introduce all of the basic object-oriented fundamentals necessary so readers can understand and apply the object-oriented paradigm. FEATURES Teaches readers to build an object-oriented application using C++ and make the right trade-off decisions to meet business needs. Exposes a number of the myths surround object-oriented technology while focusing on its practicality as a software engineering tool. Gives readers a qrecipe or step-by-step guide to do all of the steps of object-oriented technology. Provides a practical approach to analysis, design, and programming in the object-oriented technology. NEW TO THE SECOND EDITION Gives a practical approach for the development of use cases as part of object-oriented analysis. Provides greater coverage of UML diagramming. Introduces key C++ libraries that provide important functionality, supporting implementation of an object-oriented model in C++. Improved coverage of dynamic behavior modeling, implementation of the state model, and class projects.This practical book by two industry leaders continues to be a self-teaching guide for software analysts and developers.
|Title||:||UML and C++|
|Author||:||Richard C. Lee, William M. Tepfenhart|