- Learning OO
by Nick West. This talk explains the thinking behind this Companion and
offers a possible "On the job" training program.
Most of this talk was given at the UCL Collaboration
meeting in December 98.
- Object Oriented Programming
Border. This talk approaches OO from FORTRAN starting with a very familiar
concept - the histogram. The talk was originally given by Pete as part of his
JAVA crusade, but for now at least, OO effort in MINOS will focus on C++
- OO Some Basic Concepts
West. This talk introduces the concepts of OO by discussing the way we manage
complexity in a world of power supplies, toasters and coffee pots!
It is essentially the talk given at the June 00 Week in the Woods
- Patterns by Nick West.
A group of objects that cooperate to get a job done is called a Pattern
If the same pattern crops up in different applications
it must be a solution to generic problem. The talk looks at
5 such patterns in MINOS software.
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