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Lessons Learned in Managing Object-Oriented Development
January/February 1993 (vol. 10 no. 1)
pp. 43-53

The author relates experience gained in developing tightly constrained, custom object-oriented systems, in which success depends on delivering a functional system on time and on budget, often for a fixed price. Many of the systems developed had the additional constraint of real-time requirements, and most had some kind of reuse goals. The organization, planning, and progress tracking of an object-oriented project are discussed. The management model and resources used in such a project are described.

Index Terms:
managing object-oriented development; tightly constrained; custom object-oriented systems; functional system; real-time requirements; reuse goals; management model; resources; DP management; object-oriented programming; project management
Citation:
Matthew Pittman, "Lessons Learned in Managing Object-Oriented Development," IEEE Software, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 43-53, Jan.-Feb. 1993, doi:10.1109/52.207226
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