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See Also:

  • Cetus Links: Links on Objects and Components: An index of object oriented resources.
  • CS2704: Course Notes: Object-oriented software design and construction notes by Dennis Kafura at Virginia Tech.
  • Douglas C. Schmidt: Personal site of Douglas C. Schmidt. Research information available includes Adaptive Communication Environment (ACE), TAO, CORBA, C++, and patterns.
  • Home of E, the secure distributed object platform and scripting language for writing Capability-Based Smart Contracts.
  • Jeff Sutherland's Object Technology Site: Breaking news on object technology, components, business objects, and distributed computing on the Web.
  • Law of Demeter: Information on this object oriented style rule which aims to limit the number of objects each object interacts with.
  • OO Type Theory: Listing of information about research on type systems for object-oriented programming. (Laurent Dami)
  • OOPS Research Group: An academic `group` based apparently at U. Texas. Looks like this site has enough useful links, papers and freebies to kill a couple of hours, at least.
  • OOPSLA: Home of ACM's annual object-oriented technical conference, with information on upcoming sessions and past conferences.
  • Object Technology: Links to object oriented technology related to modeling methodologies, programming languages, distributed computing, patterns, frameworks, business object, operating systems, database and other advanced topics. (Junichi Suzuki)
  • Object-oriented Internet Resources: A collection of links to object-oriented resources on the web.
  • Object-oriented Resources: AmbySoft Home Page: Links, white papers, book ordering and other information for object-oriented developers.
  • The Object Agency: General reference sources, database issues, organizations and conferences, programming languages, software reusability, general software engineering, booksellers and publishers.
  • Usenet Object Oriented FAQ II: The FAQ for Usenet newsgroup comp.object. It provides a quick and current reference on available systems such as object-oriented languages, CASE, and OODB, and to provide good references to current and relevant OO systems, groups, texts and literature. This is the HTML-ised version of the original FAQ. (Bob Hathaway)

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