TitleThe object technology Morass
CreditsMadsen, Ole Lehmann
PublisherUniversity Video Communications
DescriptionFrom University Video Communications' catalog:
"Ole Madsen presents a number of examples where things can be made simpler by using the same abstract language for as many aspects of the software development process as possible; discusses the importance of a conceptual framework that is richer than the languages in use; touches on a multiperspective approach to software design that goes beyond object-orientation. These issues have a long tradition in the Scandinavian approach to object-orientation as exemplified in the development of Simula, BETA and the Mjolner System. This talk also discusses how new and important developments such as prototype-based languages, patterns, and components technologies might benefit from these issues."