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Lecturing on Component Technology

 

Software Component Technologies:    Monash Uni   

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Traditional software development has centered on the creation of individual programs that perform a single task. More advanced environments, such as the Unix operating system, have allowed programs to be "piped" together to allow the functionality of one program to be reused by another. Recent advances in software development techniques have seen the creation of Component Technologies. Examples of such systems are COM and COM+ from Microsoft, CORBA from the Object Management Group and Java Beans from Sun Microsoft. These technologies allow small pieces of a program to be incorporated into other programs dynamically, allowing the programs to add and change their functionality as they execute. Designing and developing these components to achieve this level of interoperability is different from designing large monolithic programs. This subject will teach students how to develop reliable and robust components and how to use such systems when developing their own programs. ..........


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