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Traditional Approach vs Object-Oriented

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James Iskander

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Transcript of Traditional Approach vs Object-Oriented

Methodology approach
Traditional Approach
Object-Oriented Approach
THE END
Conclusions
According to Munassar and Govardhan (2011)
Good Methodology addresses at least:
planning
scheduling
workflows
Activities
Roles
Resourcing
Artifacts and
Education
Regardless almost all methodology start by capturing the requirements and ends with a maintenance phase.
Thanks For Listening
The Traditional Approach includes 8 Main phases these include
Requirements
Analysis
Design
Specification
Implementation
Testing
Deployment
Maintenance
In object-oriented approach, a system is viewed as a set of objects. and is broken up into 5 Phases:
Analysis
Construction
Testing
UML
Maintenance
1. All methodologies have limitations

2. The traditional approach uses traditional projects this approach leads software developers to focus on Decomposition of larger algorithms into smaller ones.

3.The object-oriented approach uses to develop an object-oriented project uses object oriented programming.

4. The object-oriented approach to software development has a decided advantage over the traditional approach in dealing with complexity and
the fact that most contemporary languages and tools are object-oriented.

By Josh Henderson,
James Iskander and
Jieqiong Zhou
Traditional Approach vs Object-Oriented
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