Software Design (CS223 2004F)

Class 23: Design Heuristics (1): Basics

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Held: Monday, 25 October 2004

Summary: Today we begin our study of Arthur Riel's Object-Oriented Design Heuristics: principles you should consider when building object-orienteded programs.

Related Pages:

Notes:

Overview:

Why Study Design Heuristics?

Some Preparation

First Guiding Philosophy: Encapsulation

Drawbacks to this Philosophy

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