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An empirical evaluation of object-oriented practioners' experiences

Daly, J. and Miller, J. and Brooks, A. and Roper, M. and Wood, M. (1996) An empirical evaluation of object-oriented practioners' experiences. In: Empirical studies of programmers: sixth workshop, 1996-01-05 - 1996-01-07.

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Abstract

Focuses on research conducted into the experiences of object-oriented code programmers.