Invitation to a seminar by Ralph Johnson in Luxembourg, on
July 3rd, 4 pm
razavi at acm.org
Thu Jun 15 18:25:59 UTC 2006
Title: Adaptive Object Models
Summary: "Adaptive Object Model" is an architectural style that is at
the heart of some extremely effective business systems. But other
projects that use this style have not been successful. This talk will
explain the Adaptive Object Model style, give several case studies,
and explain what makes it so successful and what makes it hard for
some groups to use.
Speaker: Ralph Johnson is one of the four authors of "Design
Patterns" and has been studying object-oriented programming since
1985. He wrote the first papers on refactoring, wrote early papers
on frameworks, and is currently working on the Photran project for
refactoring Fortran and the CRefactory project for refactoring C. He
is Research Associate Professor at the Department of Computer Science
at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Time: July 3rd, 2006, at 4 pm
Location: Faculty of Sciences, Technology and Communication (FSTC),
University of Luxembourg, 6, rue Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi, L-1359
Luxembourg-Kirchberg, Room B02.
More information: reza.razavi at uni.lu
Confirmation appreciated: For organization reasons, we would greatly
appreciate if you could confirm your participation.
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