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The Addison-Wesley Microsoft Technology Series Doing Objects in Visual Basic 2005 by Deborah Kurata

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Chapter 2. Designing Software

Therefore, we may reasonably conclude that no matter how sophisticated the design method, no matter how well-founded its theoretical basis, we cannot ignore the practical aspects of designing systems for the real world.Grady Booch, Object-Oriented Design with Applications

It is not enough to understand the theoretical aspects of object-oriented analysis and design. You need to consider practical aspects of the software process as well. A perfectly formed object model is useless if it takes so long to define that the business changes before you complete the model. A fully-detailed design is worthless if it takes so long that, to meet the schedule, development starts concurrent with the design. (“Sam, you go talk ...

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