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Object Orientation: Why, When, and How?

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With all of the “buzz” about object orientation (OO) in the ABL world and with millions and millions of lines of ABL that are not going to magically convert themselves to OO--why and when should a company decide whether to move into OO for development and in what ways? This session can help developers answer that question for their company. It discusses why ABL development shops should or should not consider OO and provides some basic guidelines for best practice approaches in OO programming so you can start understanding how OOABL programming differs from traditional ABL.

Presented at Exchange Online 2010 on 16 September 2010.