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# Microsoft Object Thinking Pdf 25: A Guide for Object-Oriented Programmers ## Introduction - What is object thinking and why is it important for software development? - What is Microsoft Object Thinking Pdf 25 and what does it cover? - How can this book help you improve your object-oriented programming skills and mindset? ## Chapter 1: Object Thinking - What is the difference between object thinking and traditional procedural thinking? - How does object thinking align with agile development practices such as XP and Scrum? - What are the four presuppositions and principles of object thinking? ## Chapter 2: Philosophical Context - How did the history, philosophy, and culture of object-oriented programming evolve over time? - What are the main influences and contrasts between languages such as SIMULA, C++, and Smalltalk? - How do formalism and hermeneutics relate to object thinking? ## Chapter 3: From Philosophy to Culture - How does object thinking require a shift in organizational culture and structure? - How do objects cooperate and communicate in a distributed and decentralized way? - What are the benefits and challenges of adopting object thinking in a software team? ## Chapter 4: Metaphor: Bridge to the Unfamiliar - How can metaphors help you understand and design objects better? - What are some common and useful metaphors for object thinking, such as Lego bricks, persons, theater, and ants? - How can you create your own metaphors for your problem domain? ## Chapter 5: Vocabulary: Words to Think With - What are the essential terms and concepts that you need to know for object thinking? - How do terms such as object, responsibility, collaboration, message, protocol, contract, state, behavior, class, inheritance, polymorphism, encapsulation, abstraction, interface, delegation, composition, aggregation, association, dependency, pattern, implementation, method, variable, binding, domain, requirement, application, model, and discovery define and relate to each other? - How can you use these terms to communicate effectively with other object thinkers? ## Chapter 6: Method, Process, and Models - What are the purposes and uses of methods and processes for object thinking? - How can you adopt a syncretic approach that combines different methods and processes according to your needs and context? - What are the main types of models that you can use for object thinking, such as semantic nets, object cubes, interaction diagrams, static relation diagrams, and object state charts? ## Chapter 7: Discovery - How can you discover and define objects from your problem domain? - How can you apply domain anthropology techniques such as observation, interviewing, storytelling, and prototyping to understand your users and their needs? - How can you use heuristics such as CRC cards, responsibility-driven design, and design patterns to guide your object discovery process? ## Chapter 8: Thinking Toward Design - How can you design the internals of your objects, such as their knowledge, message protocol, message contracts, state change notification, and appearance? - How can you design the relationships between your objects, such as their collaborations, constraints, inheritance, delegation, composition, aggregation, association, dependency, and polymorphism? - How can you design the behavior of your objects, such as their state transitions, events, actions, rules, and scenarios? ## Conclusion - Summarize the main points and benefits of object thinking and Microsoft Object Thinking Pdf 25. - Provide some tips and resources for further learning and practice of object thinking. - Encourage the reader to apply object thinking to their own projects and domains. ## FAQs - Q: Who is the author of Microsoft Object Thinking Pdf 25 and what is his background? - A: The author is David West, a renowned object technologist who has been involved in the field since its inception. He has worked as a developer, consultant, trainer, professor, and researcher in various domains and organizations. He is also the founder of Object Guild Inc., a company that provides consulting and training services for object-oriented development. - Q: Where can I get a copy of Microsoft Object Thinking Pdf 25 and how much does it cost? - A: You can get a copy of Microsoft Object Thinking Pdf 25 from the Microsoft Press website or from other online bookstores. The book costs $39.99 for the paperback edition and $31.99 for the ebook edition. - Q: How long is Microsoft Object Thinking Pdf 25 and how is it structured? - A: Microsoft Object Thinking Pdf 25 is 368 pages long and consists of eight chapters and a conclusion. Each chapter covers a different aspect of object thinking, such as philosophy, culture, metaphor, vocabulary, method, process, models, discovery, and design. The book also includes a preface, an introduction, a bibliography, and an index. - Q: What are the prerequisites and target audience for Microsoft Object Thinking Pdf 25? - A: Microsoft Object Thinking Pdf 25 is intended for intermediate to advanced programmers who have some experience with object-oriented programming and want to improve their skills and mindset. The book assumes that the reader is familiar with the basic concepts and syntax of at least one object-oriented language, such as C++, Java, C#, or Smalltalk. - Q: How can I apply the concepts and practices of object thinking to my own projects and domains? - A: The best way to apply object thinking to your own projects and domains is to practice it regularly and reflect on your results. You can use the book as a guide and a reference, but you should also experiment with different methods, processes, models, metaphors, and heuristics that suit your needs and context. You should also seek feedback from other object thinkers, such as your peers, mentors, or online communities.




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