TitleTranslation: myth or reality
PublisherUniversity Video Communications
DescriptionFrom University Video Communications' catalog:
"In the realm of object-oriented technologies there are two major schools of thought. Both schools claim to define mechanisms whereby software applications can be created that are reusable, maintainable and robust. Moreover, both schools claim to use abstraction as a key mechanism for achieving these benefits. At issue is whether or not these two schools are fundamentally different, or just variations on an object-oriented theme. The panel takes the form of an official debate. After initial positions and rebuttals, the panel of journalists probe the debaters with the goal of illuminating the underlying issues. Journalists: Martin Fowler, Consultant; Stephen Garone, International Data Corp.; Marie Lenzi, Consultant."