Rebecca Wirfs-Brock & Alex Bolboaca – Design Challenges: OOP, Design Patterns, Heuristics

Object Oriented Programming is a fundamental part of our everyday work as programmers. But how was OOP in the beginning? And how do the pioneers of OOP think when designing software with objects? Watch this conversation with Rebecca Wirfs-Brock, author of "Object Design – Roles, Responsibilities, and Collaborations", inventor of Responsibility-Driven Design (the first *DD), promoter of CRC cards, and a long time architecture and design consultant, as she explains how software was designed and how she thinks about design today. Rebecca Wirfs-Brock is an internationally recognized leader in the development of effective software design and architecture techniques. Among her widely used innovations are use case conversations and object role stereotypes. She was the design columnist for IEEE Software and the author of the classic text, "Designing Object-Oriented Software". Her most recent book, "Object Design: Roles, Responsibilities and Collaborations", was published in 2002.Although best known as a software design guru she is also an innovator of techniques for simply expressing complex requirements and effectively developing and communicating software architecture. She frequently helps product engineering, IT, and startup organizations with technical strategies, frameworks and architecture as well as with effective teamwork and agile development practices. Alex Bolboaca is a programmer, CTO, author, trainer and coach at Mozaic Works. Mozaic Works provides high quality, customized training, coaching, and advice for companies who want to improve their effectiveness in the market, mainly through the use of modern leadership and technical practices. Check out our offer and ask us questions at Think. Design. Work Smart. Visit the channel and subscribe

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