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Foundations of object-oriented programming using .NET 2.0 patterns Ivor Horton's beginning Java 2, JDK Object-oriented analysis Object-oriented programming with Visual Basic . NET Use case driven object modeling with UML: theory and practice Composite/structured design Learning Python What every programmer should know about object-oriented design The C? programming language Concepts of programming languages Building applications with Symfony, CakePHP, and Zend Frameworks The object-oriented thought process An introduction to object-oriented programming Learning Perl objects, references, and modules Designing concurrent, distributed, and real-time applications with UML
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