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respective market leaders in model-driven application development and object-oriented technology, today announced that they have signed a comprehensive agreement for KnowledgeWare to market and distribute Digitalk products.
Additionally, he writes for the Journal of Object-Oriented Technology (JOT), the Journal of Software and Systems Modeling and the Cutter Consortium.
Thomas, home of the world's largest graduate computer science program, will operate the lab to research object-oriented technology, which is needed for the development of a new generation of more powerful client/server computer software for use by large businesses.
The alliance represents the first use of object-oriented technology by a framework vendor and highlights the increasing acceptance of object-oriented technology in engineering design applications.
This two-day conference will focus on the role of object-oriented technology, reusable software components, design patterns, and distributed computing in life sciences research.
Cortra Site Studio's extensible object-oriented technology and its reusable component architecture allow web development firms to more easily create customized solutions addressing their specific customer needs without the need to create new applications.
The power of Versant's fifth-generation technology and the company's leading role in providing object-oriented technology to the telecommunications industry strengthens the Apsyda offer," said Ken Croley, vice president of sales and marketing.
He has been the featured speaker on object-oriented technology, effective team development, and product development management at numerous national and international professional conferences and has published journal articles and contributed to several books on these topics.