A global possibility ... LO7112

William J. Hobler, Jr. (bhobler@cpcug.org)
Wed, 01 May 1996 20:09:22 -0400

Replying to LO7076 --

John Zavacki wrote
>Date: Tue, 30 Apr 1996 08:49:12 -0400

>Do we (as teachers and as learners) need to get cloth mechants (among =
>which I sometimes consult) to relate to OO or do we need to get OO to =
>relate to cloth merchants?


In any scheme by which business processes are abstracted into a model so
that new solutions can be synthesized we must have a capability to com-
municate. The scheme must allow designers to talk to customers.

OO schemes, IDEF or any other are really languages similar to mathematics
and must be understood by all engaged in the project. The carpenter and
the architect must be able to use the English measuring system. In fact
in today's world both must also know the Metric system.


Reflection without action is sloth, Action without reflection is busyness Both are useless - think - do it

bhobler@cpcug.org Bill Hobler

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