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- James Haungs:
Addendum to the 1998 Proceedings of the Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages, and Applications, OOPSLA 1998 Addendum, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, October 18-22, 1998. ACM 1998, ISBN 978-1-58113-286-1
- Guy L. Steele Jr.:
Growing a language.
- Donald J. Bagert:
Is the licensing of software engineers good for the OT community? (panel report).
- John Daniels:
Getting value for money from software architecture: a goldfish bowl.
- Steven Fraser, Ian Hopper, Priya Marsonia:
Software reuse: nemesis or Nirvana? (panel).
- Peter Sommerlad, Andreas Birrer:
Deploying an application framework and its applications.
- Bernd Tophoven:
Building an object relational database access layer.
- Darrow Kirkpatrick:
Use of dynamic, reflective, and meta-level language facilities in the application domain.
- Michael DeBellis, Cliff Anderson:
The Mount Sinai Human Resources Case Management System: an example of rapid application development in a Java environment.
- Gary A. Ham:
An integration architecture for implementation of the DoD computerized patient record.
- Gerard Meszaros, Terry O'Connor, Shaun Smith:
Business Object Framework as an enabler of business application development: an experience in enterprise software engineering.
- Martine Devos, Michel Tilman:
Incremental development of a repository-based framework supporting organizational inquiry and learning: Reflections on building a reflective framework.
- Scott Curry:
Lessons learned: transitioning COBOL programmers to OO.
- Charles Frisk, Lina Gladshteyn, Mark Kuperman, William Rachmiel:
Practitioner report: an improved Smalltalk application server for a Web-based business solution.
- Michael J. Lutz, Peter W. Wenzel, Michael Whitelaw, Rebecca Wirfs-Brock:
Is the licensing of software engineers good for the OT community? (Panel session).
- Vassily Litvinov:
Constraint-based polymorphism in Cecil: towards a practical and static type system.
- Antero Taivalsaari, James Noble:
Thinking with prototypes: OOPSLA 1998 workshop on prototype-based object-oriented programming.
- Haim Kilov, Bernhard Rumpe, Ian Simmonds:
Seventh OOPSLA workshop on behavioral semantics of OO business and system specifications.
- Edward F. Gehringer:
Classroom reuse experiences and a paradigm shift in teaching OOT.
- Felix Bachmann, Gary J. Chastek, Patrick Donohoe:
Product lines and object technology.
- Jeff Sutherland:
Business object design and implementation IV: From business objects to complex adaptive systems: OOPSLA 1998 workshop report.
- Joseph Kiniry:
Modeling dynamic/emergent distributed object systems.
- Joseph W. Yoder, Brian Foote, Dirk Riehle, Michel Tilman:
Metadata and active object-models.
- Jutta Eckstein, Richard S. Wiener:
A paradigm shift in teaching OOT.
- David West, Ken Auer, Bruce Anderson:
Software development as a studio discipline.
- Kevin W. Smith, Bran Selic:
Object behavior modeling.
- Ana Moreira, Luís Filipe Andrade, Akash Deshpande, Stuart Kent:
Formalizing UML. Why? How?
- Wolfgang Schulze:
Implementation and application of object oriented workflow management systems.
- Michael Duell, Linda Rising, Peter Sommerlad, Michael Stal:
Non-software examples of PoSA patterns.
- Patrick Nixon, Simon A. Dobson:
Objects, components, and the virtual enterprise.
- Paul Bramble, Greg Gibson, Alistair Cockburn:
Use case patterns workshop.
- Ralph Hodgson:
Workshop summary: system envisioning.
- Robert Biddle, Rick Mercer, Eugene Wallingford:
Evaluating object-oriented design.
- Sholom Cohen, Barbara Bernal Thomas, Fred Maymir-Ducharme:
OOPSLA workshop #18: "Object technology, architecture, and domain analysis - experiences in making the connection".
- Steven Fraser, Marsonia:
Web enactment of OO design.
- Susan Eisenbach:
Formal underpinnings of Java.
- Theresa Smith, Thad Scheer, Thomas J. Mowbray:
Software architecture as a method.
- Tom O'Rourke, Peter Long:
How software architectures learn: what happens after they're built?
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